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Photo courtesy of Pérez Art Museum Miami
With a focus on collapsible sculptures and printmaking, Felipe Mujica’s exhibit at the Pérez Art Museum Miami further builds upon his practice while touching on socially engaged and collaborative processes. Opening Thursday, “The?Swaying Motion on the Bank of the River Falls” is a collaborative collection of work created with members of the Miccosukee Tribe. The pieces use the tribe’s traditional patchwork designs, featuring time-honored motifs of figures such as alligators and men on horses — the latter an iconic symbol of colonial power that has been abstracted and reinterpreted by the artist.
— Olivia McAuley