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  1. German-Canadian artist Gabriela Hirt investigates the troubling legacy she inherited growing up in the wake of the Holocaust through a new painting collection of large canvases. Artist Statement: “IN THIS NEW BODY OF WORK, I am exploring the ways human belonging is affected by trauma—at the level of family but also, more broadly, of society and culture. Ultimately, I want to reflect on the dynamic of connection and separation that characterizes human experience—the way our need to belong can be sabotaged by segregative behaviour, leaving us painfully isolated.
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    German-Canadian artist, Gabriela Hirt investigates the troubling legacy she inherited growing up in the wake of the Holocaust. Her new painting collection explores belonging and exclusion as well as the relationship between German guilt and de-colonial healing in her adopted home in Canada.
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