Words/Matter The word "Colombia," painted in the Coca-Cola font A collage of screenprinted black white photos of skyscrapers, traffic, palm trees, barbed wire and men in fedora hats. The left side of the collage has the letters LA scattered from top to bottom and the right side has the letter TJ scattered in the same way. At the very top a torn image of a woman's face wearing a large cross earring hovers above it all. Red and Black typographical patterns repeated on canvas. The piece is made out of a collage of photos, paper and stamps. An orange soap bar with radical carved into it sits on a brown cloth covered table. In front of the soap bar is pasted a donkey with cargo strapped on its back. lithograph of a protest demonstration. there are hundreds of people in attendance sketched with very thick lines. they hold banners that read "ABC.." "??????????" "ABCDE" "EXPLO123456" and "PROTE.." with a figure leading the group that morphs into a banner reading "T". Abstract painting of 3 dimensional block like figures. These figures are in the shape of an upside down A, an i, a 5 and a 5 in reverse. pillars and building like blocks are in the distance. Long shadows are cast from the figures. Ink on paper. Lines are scribbled throughout the paper in a cursive like motion. Ink pools in quarter-note like blotches making the scribbles look like cursive script. The artist name and date "leon ferrari 1964" are at the bottom of the piece. Artwork by Liliana Porter, titled "Historia sin fin [The Unending Story]"