Dakota Pipeline at the ICA

The Dakota Access Pipeline is a 1,172-mile-long underground oil pipeline in the United States. The pipeline has been controversial regarding its impact on the environment. A number of Native Americans in Iowa and the Dakotas have opposed the pipeline, including the Meskwaki and several Sioux tribal nations, under the assertion that the pipeline would threaten sacred burial grounds as well as the quality of water in the area. A protest at the pipeline site in North Dakota, near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, drew international attention.
This installation is a movie of the pipeline while various Native American moccasins are placed around as though watching the movie.
Tough issue. I always feel we are all to blame, as we all are dependent on oil. I'd love to see the movie.
posted June 17th, 2018  
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