Angela Henderson is an interdisciplinary Canadian artist and educator living and working in Kjipuktuk (Halifax, Nova Scotia). Her current studio practice explores how the more-than-human world bears witness to trauma. Grounded in sculpture, drawing, and installation, Henderson explores themes of mapping, place, ecology, correspondence, and memory. Interested in the potential of fallow spaces that emerge between the built environment and the vegetal world, Henderson’s studio work uses human-made technologies and embodied explorations to develop a record of these hybrid landscapes. Archives, tool-objects, furniture and maps, reflect these encounters, blurring the lines between design and art-object.