Dominican-American Artist Firelei Báez’s new installation in Boston is an enormous, transformed space meant to connect her native Caribbean culture with the port-side city. Using everyday materials she reconstructed a ruined Haitian palace and introduces visitors to symbols to bridge a wide range of cultures. Jeffrey Brown reports.
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