Lindsay Sorell (she/her) is an artist and MA student of both Métis (from kistapinânihk) and mixed European descent learning in the department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies at University of Alberta, grateful to be living in and a pupil of amiskwaciwâskahikan. Her focus of research is on coalition-building between diverse people groups through artmaking – how can we use art to generate learning and listening spaces that radically empower Indigenous sovereignty and facilitate decolonization in our present? Lindsay served as the founding editor of Luma Quarterly journal for Western Canadian media art and film, has written for Canadian Art, Akimbo, and the Independent Media Arts Alliance’s Perspectives, and has exhibited her paintings, performances, and media art in various spaces such as Contemporary Calgary, Untitled Art Society, and Illingworth Kerr Gallery.
Wangtaolue Guo is a first-year MA student of Transnational and Comparative Literatures at the University of Alberta. Before joining the U of A, he received his BA in Translation from Jinan University and MA in Translation from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research interests include gender and queer studies, postcolonial studies, translation, and multi-ethnic literature. He is currently writing a book chapter for The Routledge Handbook of Translation, Feminism and Gender. Personal website: wangtaolueguo.wordpress.com.