Title: Illusion Avenue
Migration in Cuba has divided families, torn them apart for many decades. “Illusion Avenue” represents the exact moment at which Cubans, both here and overseas, will be able to meet again without any fear of political restrictions. This Malecón seawall will witness the end of sadness and grief suffered by thousands of Cubans. As they move on, they will be accompanied by sparrows which symbolize their longing and desire to return to their homeland.
Graphic Designer,graduated from the Design School of Havana, Cuba.
Animator and 3D Artist. Recent Conferences: 2021, 3D Animation Conference in the International Congress “Patente 2021” in Mexico City. 2019, Workshop “Ecological Design” in the Architecture School and Industrial Design of Latin America and the Caribbean (ISTHMUS), Panama. 2018, Conference “Survival Design” in the International Cycle of Conferences “Yo Diseño” in the Architecture School and Industrial Design of Latin America and the Caribbean (ISTHMUS), Panama.
Munoz was invited to TIMEPieces by Gabriel Bianchini. Their work is inspired by the year 2002.
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