Cloth Sculptures by Guerra de la Paz

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Guerra de la Paz is the composite name of Cuban born, American artist duo Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz, who have been collaborating since 1996. Originally sourcing their materials from the waste bins of second-hand goods shipping companies in Miami’s Little Haiti, Guerra De La Paz make their sculptures from the discarded items of daily life. Viewing their practice as a kind of ‘archaeology’, their work engages with the history inherent in common debris and its possibility for recycled usage.

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