We’re Not in Kansas Anymore

Prins likes to rest in the handwoven Mayan hammock that hangs in his study. On the floor, Prins has surrounded a mask
from the Pacific Northwest coast with moose antlers from Newfoundland. The latter were a gift from the Mi’kmaq, as Prins
served as an expert witness for the tribe in federal court cases about indigenous hunting rights. He added feathers from the
Ayoreo people of the Gran Chaco of Paraguay and jokes that the grouping is “one of my surrealist ensembles of indigenous art.”
The floor and built-in bookcases are oak.

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