Glenda Salazar

Glenda Salazar showcases 60 prints created with the “inks” of various Cuban plants—each pressed against the paper so that its juicy chroma remains. Salazar views this as a process of liberation—allowing both cherished plants and noxious weeds to “leave” her country and to circulate elsewhere. Her work creates poignant parallels between nature, freedom of movement and geopolitical uncertainty.