• View of “Carolina Caycedo,” 2020–21. Photo: Nathan Keay.

    View of “Carolina Caycedo,” 2020–21. Photo: Nathan Keay.

    Carolina Caycedo

    Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (MCA Chicago)

    Carolina Caycedo draws one of the structuring principles of her multifarious work—flow—from the river ecologies to which she devotes investigative, affective, and political care. Organized by Carla Acevedo-Yates, the mid-career survey “Carolina Caycedo: From the Bottom of the River” analogized fluvial, legible, choreographic, generational, and activist flows via a pan-indigenous worldview that invests nonhuman entities with life and agency. Serpent River Book & Serpent Table, 2017, features a leporello by the artist, one of her “water portraits,” displayed on a sinuous wooden table that led

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