Cannupa Hanska Luger
is a New Mexico-based, multi-disciplinary artist. Raised on the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota, he is of Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara, Lakota, Austrian, and Norwegian descent. Through monumental installations that incorporate ceramics, fiber, steel, video, sound, and repurposed materials, Luger interweaves performance and political action to communicate stories about 21st century Indigeneity. Using social collaboration and in response to timely and site-specific issues, Luger produces multi-pronged projects which oftentimes present a call to action, provoking diverse publics to engage with Indigenous peoples and values apart from the lens of colonial social structuring.
Luger is a 2020 Creative Capital Fellow, a 2020 Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow, the recipient the 2020 A Blade Of Grass Artist Fellowship for Socially Engaged Art, and the recipient of the Center For Crafts inaugural Craft Research Fund Artist Fellowship for 2020. He is the recipient of a 2019 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grants, a 2019 Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Honoree, and the recipient of the Museum of Arts and Design’s 2018 inaugural Burke Prize. Luger has exhibited internationally and participated in residencies and large scale projects around the globe. Luger holds a BFA in studio arts from the Institute of American Indian Arts.
is a multi-disciplinary artist, project producer, and community organizer who collaborates with artists to inspire human connection, intersectionality, and restorative justice. Dunnill has organized numerous exhibitions, social engagement projects, and cultural programs around the world, including Broken Boxes Podcast, a platform which amplifies TQBIPOC+ artists’ voices. Her collaborative works have been shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art, All My Relations Gallery, Cooley Art Gallery, and at Saatchi Gallery, among others. Originally from the island of Maui, Dunnill holds a BFA in Theater Arts from San Francisco State University.