2017, gold acrylic paint, laser cut paper and powdered graphite on wall, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.
2017, gold acrylic paint, laser cut paper and powdered graphite on wall, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Photo: Adan Vallecillo

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

2017, gold acrylic paint, laser cut paper and powdered graphite on wall
2017, gold acrylic paint, laser cut paper and powdered graphite on wall

Photo: Adan Vallecillo

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

 Photo: Adan Vallecillo   2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.   Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.  Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.  Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

Photo: Adan Vallecillo

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

2017, laser cut Thai marbled paper.
2017, laser cut Thai marbled paper.

Photo: Adan Vallecillo

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

  2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.   Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.  Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.  Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

  2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.   Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.  Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.  Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

 Photo: Courtesy MAC Panama   2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.   Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.  Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.  Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

Photo: Courtesy MAC Panama

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

  2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.   Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.  Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.  Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

 Photo: Adan Vallecillo   2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.   Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.  Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.  Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

Photo: Adan Vallecillo

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

2017, gold acrylic paint, laser cut paper and powdered graphite on wall, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.
2017, gold acrylic paint, laser cut paper and powdered graphite on wall
 Photo: Adan Vallecillo   2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.   Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.  Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.  Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.
2017, laser cut Thai marbled paper.
  2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.   Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.  Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.  Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.
  2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.   Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.  Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.  Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.
 Photo: Courtesy MAC Panama   2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.   Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.  Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.  Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.
  2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.   Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.  Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.  Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.
 Photo: Adan Vallecillo   2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.   Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.  Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.  Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.
2017, gold acrylic paint, laser cut paper and powdered graphite on wall, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Photo: Adan Vallecillo

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

2017, gold acrylic paint, laser cut paper and powdered graphite on wall

Photo: Adan Vallecillo

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

Photo: Adan Vallecillo

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

2017, laser cut Thai marbled paper.

Photo: Adan Vallecillo

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

Photo: Courtesy MAC Panama

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

Photo: Adan Vallecillo

2017, collage, pastel, laser cut paper, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Panama.

Series of 6 installations located throughout the building’s stairway, wall corners, ceilings and other spaces.

Laser cut and collaged fabric and paper shape sculptures of imaginary lichen species “endemic” to Panama.

Each of the “species” is based on a hybrid between architectural and organic forms, for example, 16th c drawings of Spanish walls and forts, blueprints of American Canal Zone suburbs or current Google Images of the newest Panama City skyline are abstracted in dialogue with the many forms and textures of lichens found around Panama’s city and forests.

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