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This brochure was produced alongside Armario de la Memoria (Storage of Memory), a solo exhibition of large-scale assemblages by the celebrated Puerto Rican artist Daniel Lind-Ramos. The 8 panel tri-fold includes an essay by painter, printmaker, and teacher, Diógenes Ballester, excerpted below:
"The stories Lind-Ramos tells through his work are rooted with his ancestors, rooted in nature, rooted in the work performed by his people, rooted to their pastimes and pleasures—particularly music—that sustained the spirit of a once enslaved Cimarrón community. The sculptures are composed using found and gifted objects remembered from his childhood; pieces or composites of musical instruments; and the everyday tools of cultivation, construction, cooking, and housework. With these simple materials, he creates profoundly authentic sculptures that speak to a history not written in the textbooks of dominant culture."