8.2" x 0.5" x 11.8"
Klatsassin, Stan Douglas' most recent film work, is named for a Tsilhoqot'in Indian chief. Set deep in Canadian caribou territory during the gold rush, the action begins right after a military conflict between the native population and new immigrants. This volume includes two photographic series; colour landscapes and black-and-white portraits of the film's protagonist.
Secession was published to coincide with the exhibition organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery presented from May 30 to November 8, 2009.