This is a video of part one (of two) of an original performance art piece by Allison Akootchook Warden called "siku/siku". "siku/siku" is about the impact of rapid colonization on her Iñupiaq people, focusing on one individual that has two very different life outcomes, depending on their choices, and reactions to systemic racism and discrimination, amongst other factors. On day one, the character is addicted to meth, which is also known as siku in Iñupiaq territories. Siku is one word for ice, and it has also been used recently as a name for meth. On day two, the same character is fighting for the revitalization of the Iñupiaq language, utilizing words such as siku, which is one word for ice. Each day, the performance is under 30 minutes in length. "siku/siku" was debuted at the first annual Arctic Arts Summit in Harstad, Norway in 2017.