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Abraham Cruzvillegas

Abraham Cruzvillegas: Agua dulce

Part of The Basss Art Outside initiative, Abraham Cruzvillegas’s Agua dulce is a commissioned installation activating the museum’s Collins Park. Filling nearly 14,000 square feet leading up to the space, Cruzvillegas has constructed an environment using more than 1,000 native plants, fauna, and minerals. Created with the artist’s self-construction—or “autoconstrucción”—philosophy in mind, the installation is outfitted with a series of benches (which Cruzvillegas made using found materials) to create an outdoor space to be enjoyed by all.

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