#39 - UntitledCreated by Rodrigo Carapia on Overture Center for the Arts. #38 - Untitled |Woman|#40 - Bob Marley
Artist: Rodrigo Carapia
LOCATION: Overture Center for the Arts
My piece represents unity between Black and Brown people. We have both been through a lot, and it is important to be together, fight together, especially in these times. The reason I included a jaguar is that a lot of the Brown community in Latino America feel represented by the jaguar. I used the black panther to represent the Black community.
(Source: Let’ Talk About It. The art, the artists, and the racial justice movement on Madison’s State Street. American Family Mutual Insurance Institute for Corporate and Social Impact. Sheboygan, Wisconsin, 2020. Page 72)
If you want to learn more about the mythological nature of the jaguar, you can visit this site https://www.mexicolore.co.uk/aztecs/flora-and-fauna/jaguar