Emily Neufeld lives and works on the unceded territories of the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh and Musqueam peoples in what is currently named North Vancouver. Her practice investigates place, and the layers of memory and psychic history that accumulate in our material world. She is committed to examining her own Mennonite and Scottish settler-colonial histories in understanding her relationship to this place as Indigenous land. Solo exhibitions include Prairie Invasions: A Lullaby (2020, Richmond Art Gallery, BC), Before Demolition: Tides (2019, Eyelevel Gallery, NS), Motherlands (The Pole, Den Haag, ND) and Before Demolition (2017: Burrard Arts Foundation, BC). She received her BFA from ECUAD in 2013. Neufeld has created and participates in community sharing gardens, and sees land as fundamental to her research process.