I have witnessed first hand how colonialism makes the "native" visible in new, twisted and disturbing ways both to the colonizer and to the colonized. We can think of the many ways that colonial governments and their agents have and continue to exhibit the materiality of Indigenous Peoples in order to make them "present" (e.g. naming, registering to "Band" lists, dressing, educating, etc.); however, every Indigenous Nation has its own history of countering colonialism on the visual/material battlefield. We have always had our own ways of making ourselves visible and as we think, produce, and circulate/share we are continuing to strengthen our base for asserting power over colonial rule.