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Working in painting, video, printmaking, and installation, Brazilian artist Regina Silveira has explored the limits of perception for more than four decades. Often referencing imagery inspired by biblical allegory, some of Silveira’s most arresting works take the form of large-scale site-specific works that express the anxieties that underlie our contemporary global condition. With swarms of black vinyl frogs, insects, and human footprints, Silveira creates disorienting works that serve as metaphors for contemporary ills.

On the occasion of the exhibition Future Shockin 2017, Silveira translated her captivating insect swarm to a luxurious oversized scarf made in Italy in a luxurious combination of modal and cashmere. This exquisite wearable was produced exclusively for SITE Santa Fe in collaboration with the artist, by weR2.