Jeneen Frei Njootli (Vuntut Gwitchin, b. 1988) is a 2SQ artist currently based in their home territory of Old Crow, YT. Their work with knowledge keepers has guided their interdisciplinary practice which is grounded in affirming Indigenous sovereignty, decolonization and considering the ways in which images are created, shared and embodied. Through an interdisciplinary practice encompassing performance, photography, sound, textiles, workshops and collaboration, they seek to deconstruct the history of materials and to investigate their relationship to the land, trade, ceremony and politics of Indigenous representation. Njootli received an MFA from the University of British Columbia (2017) and a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art and Design (2012). Solo exhibitions include the PLATFORM Centre, Winnipeg (2020), Remai Modern, Saskatoon (2019), Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver (2018); Artspace, Vancouver (2018); Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge (2017) and Definitely Superior Art Gallery, Thunder Bay (2017). Their work has been exhibited in group exhibitions including at the New Museum Triennial, New York (2021), the Anchorage Museum (2021), the Vancouver Art Gallery (2020) and the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (2018-19). Njootli was shortlisted for the Sobey Art Award (2018) and received the Contemporary Art Society Vancouver Artist Prize (2017). They are a founding member of the ReMatriate Collective (created in 2015), which engages social media as a way of bringing Indigenous women together through art.