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399 Graham Avenue    Location Map

Location: N side bet, Edmonton & Kennedy; South Face

Occupant: The Graham building

District: City Centre

Neighbourhood: South Portage

Artist(s): Marco Muller, Chukwudubem Ukaigwe (both unsigned)

Year: 2019

Sponsors: Synonym Art Consultation, Graffiti Art Programming, Downtown Winnipeg BIZ, Benjamin Moore Paints, United Rentals, Take Pride Winnipeg!, Dulux Paints, Wall to Wall Mural & Culture Festival


Marco Muller: "Acknowledging that Winnipeg is on Treaty 1 land and one of the most Indigenous populated cities in Canada, for this public art project I aim to create a work of art to 'reclaim' space as well as imagery. For years the image of Indigenous peoples has been appropriated in countless ways. Advertising, clothing, product labels and children's toys. By using the image of a plastic Indian toy, I will be claiming this image and to show the resilience of Indigenous peoples. I plan to paint this image repeated in a variation of colour schemes."

Marco Muller is a member of the Mathias Colomb Cree Nation (Pukatawagan Treaty 6), who is currently completing his third year of a four-year Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours degree at the University of Manitoba, School of Art. Marco works in a variety of mediums, such as print media and oil paint. His work is heavily influenced by Indigenous activism and socio-political problems within the Indigenous communities.

Source: Wall-to-Wall Mural & Cultural Festival