How do we reconcile different and sometimes conflicting legacies? Can we long for places we have never known? How do we reappropriate part of a cultural heritage whose transmission has been interrupted? These are some of the questions raised by Anna Binta Diallo's introspective work. Combining family archives and video excerpts from the Internet, this video triptych continuously and alternately juxtaposes moving images of her family, Senegal, the country of her birth, and the Canadian Prairies, where she was raised. Using her own genealogical history as a yardstick, Diallo probes the complexities of shaping identity and ideas of belonging. More broadly, she calls to mind “mainstream” history, marked by colonial dynamics, among other things. But beyond divisions and borders, Diallo's artistic investigation ultimately seeks to weave bridges between cultures, particularly those—French-Canadian, Métis and Senegalese—which she has inherited.