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El Viaje
Commisioned by
SCAD Museum of Art
Savannah, USA


The SCAD Museum of Art presented “El viaje” — or “The voyage” — an exhibition that premiered four newly commissioned sculptural works, which were on display in the museum’s jewel boxes and visible from the building’s exterior. The artist refers to his malleable sculptures as shrouds, and uses them to draw connections between cultural, personal and material influences. Within the scope of Andean Cosmo vision, or “world view,” the dead are recognized as travelers, a particularly apt metaphor for the former railway depot that is now the SCAD Museum of Art, and one that designates Bedoya’s shrouds as both active and memorializing.

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