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New York–based artist Karina Aguilera Skvirsky has on view two photo-based collages that merge lushly photographed stones with fragments of the artist’s body as well as dyed alpaca fibers. The stones are from Ingapirca, the site of largest known Inca ruins in Ecuador, where Aguilera Skvirsky’s family is from. The works’ compositions seem both ancient and contemporary, familiar yet completely fresh. There’s something quite funny of seeing these meticulously printed photographs of stones in humanoid arrangements paired with the artist’s foot or leg.New York–based artist Karina Aguilera Skvirsky has on view two photo-based collages that merge lushly photographed stones with fragments of the artist’s body as well as dyed alpaca fibers. The stones are from Ingapirca, the site of largest known Inca ruins in Ecuador, where Aguilera Skvirsky’s family is from. The works’ compositions seem both ancient and contemporary, familiar yet completely fresh. There’s something quite funny of seeing these meticulously printed photographs of stones in humanoid arrangements paired with the artist’s foot or leg.