NDN Survival Trilogy

Theo J. Cuthand


Collection: Single Artist Compilations

Tags: Body, Environment, Family, Future, Indigenous, Landscape, Nature, Post-colonialism, Self-Reflexive Video, Sexuality, Technology

Less Lethal Fetishes, Thirza Cuthand

These three videos take on Indigenous resistance to Extraction Colonization, Art Washing and feeling complicit, and recovery of land and healing of colonized lands and peoples.

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Theo J. Cuthand


2019 | 00:15:13

Extractions parallels resource extraction with the booming child apprehension industry. As the filmmaker reviews how these industries have affected her, she reflects on having her own eggs retrieved…

Collections: Single Titles
Tags: Body, Environment, Family, Indigenous, Landscape, Nature, Technology

Grappling with a latent gas mask fetish, in Less Lethal Fetishes Cuthand muses on art world political controversies, toxic emissions from the petrochemical industry, and complicity in repression and…

Collections: Single Titles
Tags: Self-Reflexive Video, Sexuality

Theo J. Cuthand


2018 | 00:13:11

Reclamation is a documentary-style imagining of a post-dystopian future in Canada after massive climate change, wars, pollution, and the after-effects of the large-scale colonial project which has…

Collections: Single Titles
Tags: Environment, Future, Indigenous, Nature, Post-colonialism