In this episode of Red Man Laughing we talk with one of Turtle Islands most important Indigenous artists - Nadya Kwandibens. Nadya Kwandibens is Anishinaabe and French from the Northwest Angle #37 First Nation in Ontario and she is a pure bad ass. She is based in Toronto and much of her work ground breaking works explores the identity of urban Aboriginal people as illustrated in her popular Concrete Indian photography series. Nadya is changing the way the mainstream sees and experiences Indigenous Peoples in North America as her work continues to grow in popularity.
Nearly EVERY big star (if there is such a thing) in Indian Country has had their photo's done with Nadya as he attention to detail, her ability to draw out her the personalities of the people she shoots and her take no prisoners, D.I.Y. attitude has caught the attention of both the mainstream and Indian Country alike.
MUSICAL GUEST - DJ Javier Estrada
Mexico's most exciting new producer, Javier Estrada delivers everything from tribal to moombahton to pre-hispanic dubstep in a unique, fun-loving, high-energy and ever-tropical manner. Javier's prolific production portfolio is a tour-de-force through the best that Latin America has to offer in this new burgeoning tropicalized electronica scene and a show of all the possibilities that exist within the ever-expanding world of tropical bass.
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