Amanda Fayant is a Cree/Métis/Saulteaux artist (B.F.A-film production) and researcher MPhil (Indigenous Studies) based in Trondheim, Norway. Amanda is originally from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, Treaty 4 land. Amanda’s art practice deals with dichotomies in identity construction, exploring Indigenous feminisms and confronting the colonial history in Canada. Amanda’s research focuses on developing Indigenous research methodologies as well as understanding cultural knowledge production through Indigenous feminist perspectives. In addition to several group art shows in Canada, Trondheim and Oslo, Amanda has also shared artistic and research work in journals and as articles. Amanda’s thesis abstract, Thunderbird Women: Indigenous women reclaiming autonomy through stories of resistance has been presented at several conferences and Amanda has been invited as a guest speaker at cultural events, such as Sápmi Pride and International Women’s Day.