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A song to drive back home Carlos Vielma
Artist-in-Residence

Carlos Vielma

Mexico City
Artist-in-Residence Summer 2024

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Carlos Vielma Then you will be named stone

Entonces te llamarás piedra (Then you will be named Stone), 2023, Leather Boots, Burlap Sacks, and Stones, 10 x 14 feet. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Carlos Vielma Here the homeland begins

Here the homeland begins, 2024, Drywall, Rebars, Wire, Wood, and Pencils, 18 x 30 x 4 ft. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Carlos Vielma Laredo

Laredo, 2019, Topsoil Rubbed on Bas Relief on Cotton Paper, 39 x 34 inches. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Carlos Vielma América Latina

América Latina, 2023. Bricks, 145 x 63 x 63 inches. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Carlos Vielma A song to drive back home

A song to drive back home, 2021, Acrylic on Pianola Roll, Turntables, Speaker, and Lamp, 48 x 20 x 20 inches. Photo courtesy of the artist.

The Artist-in-Residence Program is sponsored, in part, by:

The William and Ruth Scott Family Foundation

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