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We caught the tail end of the exhibition "In Lieu of Unity", curated by Alicia Ritson. It was an assemblage of photographs, sculptures, video, and other media, all created by contemporary artists from Mexico. I longed to lounge inside the suspended daybed

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Originally appeared in Two Days in Marfa, Texas
on September 1, 2010
We caught the tail end of the exhibition "In Lieu of Unity", curated by Alicia Ritson. It was an assemblage of photographs, sculptures, video, and other media, all created by contemporary artists from Mexico. I longed to lounge inside the suspended daybed
We caught the tail end of the exhibition "In Lieu of Unity", curated by Alicia Ritson. It was an assemblage of photographs, sculptures, video, and other media, all created by contemporary artists from Mexico. I longed to lounge inside the suspended daybed constructed of rubber wires, but time was of the essence and there still was much to see. Also, I am not sure I would have been able to get out.

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