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Today on the show we have three fantastic guests. First we’ll be talking to Jason Lewis, a Hawaiian and Samoan digital media artist, software designer, and founder of Obx Laboratory for Experimental Media. Jason is also the director of the Initiative for Indigenous Futures, the co-director of Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace and the Professor of Computation Arts at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.
Our next guest is Dallas Flett-Wapash, an Ininew and Saulteaux video game designer, whose body of work is an artistic examination of his cultural worldview – including cosmology, culture and language.
Our last guest is MYNXY, a mixed Indigenous singer, songwriter, producer and DJ. She’s known for singing live in her DJ performances, which genre-bending unpredictability often mixes elements of R&B, Hip Hop, D&B, House and Bass.
The Immersive Knowledge Transfer is a series is all about amplifying the voices of Indigenous creatives from around the world who are doing incredible work with immersive technologies. The show is created by the IM4 Media Lab, and made possible by the generosity of our sponsors: Emily Carr University, Western Diversification and Creative BC.
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