Federico Uribe is at it again.
The same guy that took 750 pair of PUMA kicks (i.e. sneakers – for the slanguagely impaired) and turned them into “Human Nature” in 2006, took wood scraps, mops, clothes pins, pencils, ping pong balls, rakes, purses, corks, shovels, dusters, pliers, shoe laces, and just about any other household item you can think of to create “Animal Farm” this year.
The exhibition, on display in a 4,000 square foot warehouse space dubbed La Comunidad (2215 NW 1 Place) in the Wynwood Arts District, is being featured during the phenomenon/scene we now know as Art Basel Miami Beach.
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