Jacob Gallagher-Ross reviews Deanna Bowen’s God of Gods: A Canadian Play, an art exhibition that investigates and departs from the legacy of a modernist Canadian production of the same name. He examines Bowen’s critique of the legacies of settler colonialism and the influence that the large-looming Canadian modernists known as the Group of Seven have had on Canadian culture and identity, illuminating her argument that God of Gods was not “a Canadian play” but “the script for Canadian racism.”

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