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Paul Seesequasis


Paul Seesequasis is a nîpisîhkopâwiyiniw (Willow Cree) writer, curator and journalist currently residing in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. For three years he has curated the Indigenous Archival Photo Project, an online and physical exhibition of archival Indigenous photographs, that explores history, identity and the process of visual reclamation. His photo book, Blanket Toss under Midnight Sun, was published by Penguin Canada in spring 2019. His writings have appeared in the Globe and Mail, the Walrus, Brick and Granta magazines, among others. He has curated numerous photography exhibitions.

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