Huckson graduated with a BFA from Algoma University in 2013 and received her MFA from the University of Windsor in 2017. She has exhibited across Canada and abroad and has participated in residencies in Colorado, Italy and Vietnam. Her video, Normal Disorders, won best picture at the Lights, Camera, Take Action Film Festival at the University of Colorado in 2018. She recently performed an artwork at Occupy The Kitchen Vol.2 in Varese, Italy, which was generously funded by the Ontario Arts Council. Huckson is a sessional instructor at Algoma University and has worked extensively in arts education, programming, and community art.
Taylor Jolin is an Ojibwe multidisciplinary artist from Sault Ste. Marie, ON. Her work engages with themes of land and place, non-verbal communication, and surveillance-using these elements as a way of contextualizing overarching investigations about intimacy. Presently she uses digital media and surveillance technologies in an ongoing process of collecting, analyzing and archiving globally sourced visual data. Jolin received her BFA from Algoma University in 2016 and has exhibited extensively locally and across Ontario. She is currently on the board of directors at 180 Projects, a volunteer-run gallery and experimental project space, and is a core member of the Indigenous Women’s Anti-Violence Taskforce and the Northern Indigenous Artist Alliance.