[FELIPE MUJICA:
THE  SWAYING  MOTION ON THE BANK OF THE RIVER FALLS | 

THROUGH SPRING 2022]

At PAMM, Felipe Mujica (b. Santiago, Chile; lives in New York) will create new works collaboratively with artisans from the Miccosukee tribe in South Florida. The patchwork designs incorporated in traditional Miccosukee garments and decorations represent abstracted interpretations of the natural world in which the tribes are immersed, featuring motifs such as alligators, rain, river, wind, and even a man on horse—an iconic symbol of colonial power.

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