Rimiyoho at National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago.
Back in November of 2017 I lit up the walls of the National Museum of Mexican Art to celebrate the day of the dead Mexican tradition, summoning souls of the dead to visit their loved ones in Chicago. The exquisite music selection was in charge of Dj Charly Garcia that helped to warm up the audience from the cold weather.
I kept myself warm too in a special costume designed by Mamífero that was inspired by the jade masks found at Monte Alban Tomb 7 as well as Cempazúchitl flower, other elements were embroidered by hand and the Huipil design was done with laser cut.
Music by Aladar. Song: Tropical Breakup // soundcloud.com/aladaraladar
Live illustration and animation using Tagtool for iPad.