Henry Art Gallery University District
London-born Carolina Caycedo, whose parents are Colombian, lives in Los Angeles and produces environmentally and politically engaged public art projects in many countries. Her work has also been seen in numerous biennials such as Venice, Whitney, Berlin, and Sao Paulo. Here, she'll be involving the public in projects related to Be Dammed, her ongoing reflection on the interconnectedness of waters and the freeing of waterways from dams. In addition to giving a lecture, she'll lead museum visitors in an improvised dance with handmade fishing nets on February 23.