Department of Art & Design
In this site-specific installation, artist and historian Dylan Miner evokes local geography in order to address marginalized and forgotten histories, ecological destruction, human migration, and Indigenous sovereignties. Animas Perdidas uncovers the lost souls of history through a complex incorporation of printmaking, installation, and art as social practice. The questions it asks - Can a bicycle be a work of art? Can art create social transformation?
This project was made possible by the extraordinary generosity of our sponsors:
The Ballatine Family Fund, Mountain Bike Specialists, Don Mapel with Durango-Farmington Coca-Cola,
and Marshell Fletcher with Liberty Mutual.