Beginning in the 1950s, White Album charts the life of a young woman born in India, growing up in Canada during an era of explosive change, both cultural and political. Set to the music of the last half-century, White Album poses provocative questions: What is an identity? How does the noise of history - the chanting crowds, the gunshots, the guitar feedback - soundtrack our sense of self? Blurring together diverse media, White Album blends the words of award-winning poet Rishma Dunlop with the paintings of acclaimed artist Suzanne Northcott. The result is a groundbreaking, interdisciplinary collection - a montage of brilliant images, driven by a blistering soundtrack of language.