Jaime Black and Lindsay Delaronde live in territories that are far apart. These territories look vastly different, the caregivers of these lands speak different languages, ceremonies and traditions differ. Through the creation of this online project it became clear that Jaime and Lindsay share an understanding of care and connection to the land. The territories they live on, the Lekwungen Territory and Treaty One Territory are the third collaborators in the project. When Land and Body Merge began with the artists and curator meeting online, and over a two month period creating work through video and writing that allowed them to connect and build a relationship from afar. They worked with the idea of a call and response with Lindsay creating work, and Jaime responding to it, and vice versa.