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Los Carpinteros: Elegantly Interpreting Everyday Objects

Artsy Editorial
Apr 1, 2013 1:58PM

“We are very interested in cultures, things, human behavior—more importantly, about the traces of these behaviors. Humans always leave something behind with the objects we create—to live, to survive, to show ideology, to show who we are. We’re always leaving traces behind, and we found out that these traces are full of meanings; at the end of the day, they become our tools.”— Los Carpinteros

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