Here are the show’s featured artists, in order of appearance:
Annie Pootoogook was a third generation Inuit contemporary artist from Cape Dorset, Nunavut, who is known for her portrayals of modern Inuit life, rendered in ink and pencil crayon. In 2006, she won a Sobey Award for her work, which often featured depictions of alcoholism and abuse contrasted with everyday household activities. Documentary clips featured courtesy of Site Media.
Stefan Babcock is the lead singer in the Polaris-nominated Toronto punk band PUP, which was previously known as Topanga until the Boy Meets World reboot came along. Their acclaimed 2016 album The Dream is Over was inspired by the events in this story. Listen to the full album here. @StefanBabcock
Sigh Down One is a Montreal-based punkgaze band. Listen to their LP, Memory is Short Longing.
Contributions by Chandler Levack.
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