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Cada Domingo - Nick Ovalles - 03-28-21

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With a successful opening ceremony last friday, the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art opened its doors to the public for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down back in March of 2020. The award-winning museum has featured world-renowed conemporary artists, and the current exhibit from Horacio Rodriguez: Radicalized Relics blends ancient indigenous structures and artifacts with modern 3D scanning/printing technology in order to accentuate the commodification of indigenous art and traditions which are co-opted for financial gain and bring to light the corporate and colonial exploitation of indigenous people's cultural history no mater the means required.

Con una exitosa apertura el viernes pasádo, el Muséo de Arte Contemporaneo de Utah (UMOCA) abrió sus puertas al público por la primera vez desde el cierre de negocios debido a la pandemia del COVID-19 en marzo del 2020. El museo reconocido con premios ha mostrado a artistas contemporaneos de reonocimiento mundial, y la exhibición presente de Horacio Rodriguez: Relicas Radicalizadas mezcla estructuras y artefactos antiguos indigenas con tecnología moderna de escaneadores e impresoras en 3D para remarcar la comodificación del arte y tradiciones indigenas cuales han sido apropriadas para beneficio economico y tráe a la luz la explotación corporativa y coloniad de la historia cultural de gentes indigenas sin importar las medidas requiridas.

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