The exhibit aims to convey the interconnectedness that lay at the heart of indigenous architecture, in sharp contrast to architecture’s dominant ethos

More than a dozen architects and designers from across North America have come together to create an unprecedented showcase of aboriginal architecture in Canada’s first ever indigenous-led entry to the Venice Architecture Biennale.

The aim of the exhibit is to convey the interconnectedness that lay at the heart of indigenous architecture, said David Fortin, one of the curators of Unceded: Voices of the Land.

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