Machias, Maine: Beehive Design Collective, 2002. Very tall, approximately 19x72 inch poster using highly detailed allegorical insect motifs to tell the story of Plan Colombia and indigenous efforts to resist it. Thumbtack holes at ends and corners, small pieces of clear tape reinforcing corners, light handling wear, otherwise very good. Comes with a twelve-page booklet explaining the symbolism of the artwork, following the narrative from top to bottom. "You hold in your hands the product of many discussions around the issue of colonialism in the Andean region of South America that took place between our collective and organizers over the spring of 2002 in Ecuador, Colombia and the US. These exchanges of information were collectively sewn together into a quilt of images, and organized in a circuit of progressions and contrasts that inform and engage the viewer throughout their journey of this elaborate graphic.
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