Treading the path of the heart

Aurelia Kinslow

Abstract


Through a dialogue with two spirit-animal helpers, each aspects of self, the author reflects on the ways movement and displacement continuously shape her relationship to her Indigeneity and to her identity as a student and arts-based researcher. This piece engages storytelling, choreography, received knowledge and a/r/tography to touch on notions of nomadism and becoming from an Indigenous perspective.


Keywords


movement, nomadism, Indigeneity, methodology, received knowledge

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