Uruguayan artist Rimer Cardillo’s project, A-ncestro D-ividido, was located at the Centro Cultural de la Raza in San Diego. Dealing with ecology, history, and identity, and drawing on his travel experiences through the Amazon region of South America visiting indigenous groups, Cardillo’s use of stretched animal skins overlaid on industrial materials suggests a dichotomy between the natural and the fabricated world.
Curators: Patricio Chávez and Mario Lara
Organizer: Centro Cultural de la Raza
Venue: Centro Cultural de La Raza, San Diego
Additional project sponsors
California Arts Council; Commission for Arts and Culture, City of San Diego; The Nathan Cummings Foundations; Linda Moore Gallery; National Endowment for the Arts.