Cannupa Hanska Luger's Savage Noble
Luger explains that the monstrous represents "a mythical creature whose bite and scratch are poisonous, and which devours all in its path. Savage Noble reminds us of the carnage from our continued path of construction." The work reflects the colonizers' inability to coexist with the natural world. Savage Noble is guarding her prey, which consists of animal skulls and innards, made of red wool and other fibers. The skulls evoke the historic photos of piles of buffalo skulls. The US government paid hunters to kill the buffalo; and the US Army promoted the buffalo hunt to defeat Native American communities.
Sharing a moment at HU Homecoming Taco Tuesday on Thursday Party with my very lovely, dynamic, captivating, and gorgeous friend, and peer from the CLASS OF 2005, actress, and former NBA cheerleader for the Washington Wizards, and Los Angeles Clippers Horecee St. Cyr!!! #RED ,WHITE AND BLUE,HU 05ERS AND ATHLETICS FOREVER!!!!!