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Carolina Caycedo’s immense geographic photographs, lively artist’s books, colourful hanging sculptures and other works are not merely art objects, but gateways into larger discussions about how we treat each other and the world around us. She confronts topics such as the privatisation of rivers, territorial rights of Indigenous groups, the use of violence by police and the impacts of dams on local communities. This book showcases Caycedo’s process with lavish illustrations of her work.
ISBN 9781942884736. DelMonico Books/Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.