Orphan Wells > In Blood and Bone

In Blood and Bone is an exhibition that asks how dowsing might shift our relationships to natural resources, technology, and place, while examining remediation, care, and the reliability of information. The Orphan Well Adoption Agency (OWAA) office, research, photographs, uniforms, tools, and other ephemera, are presented in the exhibition. OWAA agents facilitate well adoptions throughout the exhibition. Read the TRUCK Contemporary Art exhibition essay by Ashley Bedet here. Thank you to Canada Council for the Arts, Paul Vasseur, Karl Zajes, and Bernie Schell of the Alberta Surface Rights Federation. Photos: M.N. Hutchinson and Alana Bartol