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Kite: Listener

“Listener begins: with a wanderer Listening. An Oglala woman, equipped with Listening devices, which are passed down from woman to woman. Alone, her devices work in ways she can’t quite understand, they seem to listen farther than technologically possible, beyond time and place. She has suspicion that she is receiving scrambled transmissions from a good place, but a Far Place. She feels they Listen back.”

– Kite

A police siren pierced the small dark room: a livestream from the local Ottawa police scanner frequency. Unseen, the artist spoke: “I heard my biometrics.” Two boots trudging a wet sidewalk appeared on a CRT monitor in the corner. The snowy grayscale image

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