The symbolic site was created by mowing a round form in the natural vegetation and placing a flag to honor each cardinal direction. The installation’s locations, form and materials reflect on the natural and cultural presences found on site.
The drawings on the flags (made with ceramic base, wooden pole and oil pencil on polyester) create a dialogue with elements of identity of this place that are less visible.
The work invited the visitors of Pecos National Historical Park to be present in the midst of its sacred landscape, a location that is usually closed to the public.
-check a video-walk to the installation in here.