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.
Essays by Stan Douglas and Ariane Beyn
8.2 x 11.8 inches