Dementia And The Arts

Created from an old metal medicine cabinet, the piece has a buffalo skull image on its glass. On the top shelf inside is a pile of empty fired brass cartridges. On the bottom is the piece that gives the show its name, a pile of ceramic cigarette butts, created by New Mexico-based, North Dakota-raised Cannupa Hanska Luger. Again the commentary on death and destruction can’t be missed.

Source : https://journalstar.com/entertainment/visual-art/lux-s-dementia-americana-three-native-artists-explore-clashes-between/article_497fe5ba-2b21-5fd8-8702-ac047825828d.html

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