Utilizing sculpture installations, Chelsea James discusses her experience as a Native woman displaced from her culture. For this photo instillation series she inserted her soft sculpture work into a herd of buffalo statues off of Dickerson Pike near downtown Nashville. The buffalo statues are originally meant to pay homage to the buffalo trail that use to run through Nashville. Inserting the soft sculpture work and having it pose and interact with the buffalo statues, Chelsea hoped to bring a discussion and awareness of the Native people that were also displaced along with the buffalos that use to live in the Nashville area. Chelsea’s work provokes lessons of reclaiming an indigenous stance in the Nashville scene that often overlooks its own history of erasing Native culture.