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||Q: I have been always fascinated with the re-contexualizing power of Art and with the way some objects or even some concepts often gain a second life when they are “transduced” on a canvas or in a block of marble. So I would like to ask you if in your opinion, personal experience is an absolutely indespensable part of a creative process. Do you think that a creative process could be disconnected from direct experience?
||Q: Can you speak about what draws you to the Mexican and Guatemalan figures that you collect?
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||Q: At the end of last Saturday’s (September 28th) post you mentioned something called, “Esala Perahera.” What is that?