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  • Can You See Us Now?

    The audience could investigate the connections between the large aerial maps, objects beneath the floor, and an interpretive text distributed in the space. Another wall displayed five posters by Mexican artist/designer teams expressing concern and outrage about the continuing murder and disappearance of women in Ciudad Juárez. subRosa's “Clothing Tag Map” displayed separately in the foyer of the Museum, allowed visitors to cut the tags off their clothing and pin them to a Dymaxion world map according to the location where each garment was manufactured. Thus visitors actively explored, and demonstrated their own participation and complicity in globalized labor conditions. MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA, 2004–05. (photo by Arthur Evans)
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