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Veiled in black tulle Leisure Projects and Alberta based artist Kay Burns spent a sunny afternoon graveside in Banff. Armed with a walking guide-book from the local Whyte Museum we continued our research into the social history of Banff’s founding families.
Kay Burns is a Canadian artist, freelance curator and writer. Much of her recent work involves the processes of collecting, interpreting and categorizing, as well as collaborations with the EMMAX collective, and Calgary’s the Ministry of Walking, she has presented lectures as the fictitious researcher/ethnographer Iris Taylor in several international settings.