Carolina Caycedo, Flying Massachusett, 2020. Hand-dyed artisanal fishing net, artisanal fishing trap with floaters, hand-dyed artisanal hammock, traditional textile from the Zamboanga Peninsula in the Philippines, hand-carved wooden gold pan, hand-carved wooden boat, white shell, wooden needle, pebbles and stones collected from Boston Harbor, Blue Hills Reservation, and Neponset River, tin jingle cones, cotton thread, and paracord 93 x 166 x 23 inches (236.2 x 421.6 x 58.4 cm). Installation view, Carolina Caycedo: Cosmotarrayas, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, 2020. Photo by Mel Taing. Courtesy the artist and Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles © Carolina Cayedo
Join Jeffrey De Blois, Assistant Curator and Publications Manager, for a tour titled “Dispossession and Resistance” exploring these themes in Carolina Caycedo’s Cosmotarrayas, a series of hanging sculptures constructed from fishing nets.