Lindsey Bond is a lens-based Artist, Educator and Mother from Edmonton, Treaty 6 Territory. Bond currently works in Winnipeg, Treaty 1, focusing on community-based projects that foster alliances and collaboration between Indigenous and settler communities. As Indigenous ally and accomplice, she creates street-level photographic and video installations, postcards and books that investigate making good, memory and re-contextualizing daily movement. Bond was the Project Manager for Resilience, a National billboard project produced by MAWA and curated by Lee-Ann Martin. Current projects include: investigating the shifting ground surrounding defunct rail-lines in Manitoba, and the bridge as a metaphor for personal transformation. Bond’s work has been exhibited across Canada including: Gallery 44, Toronto in Proof 20, Latitude 53 Contemporary Visual Culture, Harcourt House Arts Centre and The Richmond International Film + Media Arts Festival. Bond received her BFA in Photography from Emily Carr University of Art + Design and studied Visual Communications in Edinburgh, Scotland.