A fabulous fabrication process, dreamed up by Dominican artist Hulda Guzmán. This brilliantly theatrical work features in a recent article by Chloë Ashby, which asks why yesterday’s works continue to fuel today’s artists. “Guzmán’s cast of characters … populate modernist interiors and lush landscapes that echo the paradisical scenes of Paul Gauguin and Henri Rousseau,” Ashby writes. “She draws on surrealism, Mexican moralism, and Caribbean folk traditions to probe postcolonial and ecological discourse. By bringing together the everyday and the allegorical, she hopes to shine a light on multiple ways of being.” Discover the full feature here.