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SLC Artist Horacio Rodriguez Repurposes Mesoamerican Artifacts with 3D Printing

SLC Artist Horacio Rodriguez Repurposes Mesoamerican Artifacts with 3D Printing

Written by David

March 1, 2019

compensation. Rodriguez hereby flips the switch of such appropriation by showing (and hopefully selling) items with the trademarks of these brands. Though Rodriguez is still considering how he’ll present and arrange the show, his intention at the time of interviewing is to “address issues that are relevant and current today,” notably the detention of children at the border. “A lot of my students crossed the border, the students I taught at Chávez,” he says. “[A] daughter of this lady I was really close with died crossing, so these issues that are happening right now are really important to me, and they’re gonna find their way into this show.” Shortly after this interview, Rodriguez traveled to Tulum and Chichen Itza to take photos with the intent to include photos that support the environment of the show. His art looks to take on new meanings and nuances with each new project, […]

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