Her installation also recalls the spice trade between historical civilizations, and the ways in which demands for salts, spices, and other materials drove colonial enterprise centuries ago.
Using a combination of colors, scents, and patterns, Sonia shapes raw materials into a statement about globalism and the ways in which regions are interconnected through foods and spices rather than arbitrary geopolitical borders.
“Campo de Color (Color Field)” by Sonia Falcone.
Even the cars reflect the love of modernism in Palm Springs.
Neutra’s Kaufmann House in Palm Springs epitomizes desert modernism.
A desert modernist palette reflecting the beautiful light in Palm Springs over the holiday