A painting with swirls of saturated color: teal, red, yellow, purple, orange.

i forget myself, with you by Native Art Department International (NADI)

i forget myself, with you
by Native Art Department International (NADI)

Exhibition Postponed – George Segal Gallery
This exhibition has been postponed until Fall 2024 due to unforeseen circumstances.

Native Art Department International (NADI) is a collaborative long-term project created and administered by artists Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan. The exhibition i forget myself, with you illuminates NADI’s commitment to collaboration, mutual respect, and shared understandings of consent that form a framework for navigating the complexities of creative decision-making when working together. The exhibition includes new commissions and recent work including painting, prints, video, and installation.

Curated by Jesse Bandler Firestone, Curator and Exhibition Coordinator

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About the Artists

Native Art Department International (NADI) is a collaborative long-term project created and administered by Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan which began in Brooklyn in 2016 and is now based in Toronto. NADI seeks to circumvent easy categorization by comprising a diverse range of undertakings such as unannounced actions, curatorial projects, video screenings, paintings, collective art making, and mixed-use installations. All activities contain an undercurrent of cooperation and non-competition while at the same time functioning as emancipation from essentialism and identity-based artwork. NADI has been featured in exhibitions at Varley Art Museum (Markham), Museum of Contemporary Art (Toronto), and Mercer Union (Toronto). Their works are present in private and museum collections including Markham Public Art and Art Gallery of Guelph, as well as several corporate collections.