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Ploughing Liberty (2021) reflects Oluseye’s research of Black communities across Canada—in particular, the Loyalists who departed New York for Nova Scotia between 1783 and 1785, after the American Revolution. These Loyalists were a mix of enslaved people and free individuals. When they arrived in Nova Scotia, the Crown resettled them on poor lands in areas such as Birchtown, Shelburne and Preston.

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Ploughing Liberty, 2021

Found farm tools, hockey sticks, brass dowels
Courtesy Patel Brown Gallery, Toronto
Photo:Toni Hafkenscheid, (installation view MOCA Toronto).
Eminado 153, 2019

found rubber and objects, dimensions variable.
Eminado 95, 2019

found rubber and objects, dimensions variable.

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