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Natani Notah explores contemporary Native American identity through the lens of Diné (Navajo) womanhood. Inspired by acts of decolonization, environmental justice, Indigenous feminism, and futurism, she dares to imagine a world where Native sensibilities are magnified. By way of fragmented abstraction, bodily scale, and the marrying of natural and synthetic materials, Notah provokes conversations about what it means to be colonized in the present-day United States. Drawing upon minimal forms derived from Diné symbolism, her sculptures, performances, and documentation become living bodies of sharp resistance to assimilation.