For the show, Aguiñiga created stools inspired by the animals' legs. The upper upholstery was custom-made by a Zapatista Women’s Weaving Collaborative. “It’s this tiny community, and to go into it, you have to be interviewed by a masked guard and go through an hour-and-a-half of interrogation. They have to make sure you’re not trying to bring badness into the Zapatista community,” says Aguiñiga.
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For the show, Aguiñiga created stools inspired by the animals' legs. The upper upholstery was custom-made by a Zapatista Women’s Weaving Collaborative. “It’s this tiny community, and to go into it, you have to be interviewed by a masked guard and go through an hour-and-a-half of interrogation. They have to make sure you’re not trying to bring badness into the Zapatista community,” says Aguiñiga.