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The Passenger Desert X 2021

“This past year has felt like a maze to many of us. The Covid-19 pandemic has made us all feel trapped whether it’s literally inside our homes or the feeling that won’t leave our minds.

When he created his art installation for Desert X, Eduardo Sarabia first thought of the journey his mother made through the desert to live in the United States.

“I was thinking a lot about journey and a maze kept coming up in my head,” says Sarabia. “It’s one of those symbols that just represents how complicated things can be or feel. The viewer enters the maze and they become the passenger…”

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