Many participants of modern society do not feel Indigenous to one place, and carve out new spaces and platforms that enable them to craft a native connection to new forms of culture. Here, the Playa in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada serves as a canvas to relocalize a ‘Japanese’ tea ceremony. Burning Man, 2014.
This piece is floated on long-life cotton matte, framed by hand in hard wood and covered with museum-grade UV-blocking glass.
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