Estraven Lupino-Smith walks through the history of urban wilderness in Montreal, Toronto and Victoria, finding both cruising spots and coyotes.
Estraven Lupino-Smith is an artist, writer and researcher living on unceded Coast Salish Territories. Their work investigates the historical and social forces that shape our interactions with the so-called natural world. They are specifically interested in issues of home and belonging, gender, mythologies, conceptions of the wild and movements for justice and self-determination. estraven.ca