By Wozek Chandler

Unfinished Disorder


“Unfinished Disorder” recognizes those individuals who have been murdered and those still missing. The frame represents those individuals’ families and what they go through when their loved one is lost to the epidemic of MMIP. Everything on this piece has a meaning, even the way it is placed on the canvas is significant.

Wozek Chandler is a member of the Aaniinen, White Clay People from Fort Belknap, Montana. She is part of the first graduating cohort of the White Clay Immersion School, a tribal college graduate from Aaniiih Nakoda College, and a current senior at Montana State University majoring in American Studies. As an Aaniiih language speaker along with her foundation in Native American Studies and American History, she hopes to become involved in museum work.

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