Koyaanisqatsi (World Gone Mad) a Bronze Sculpture Allegory by James Muir Bronze Allegorical Sculptor-Artist


Koyaanisqatsi (World Gone Mad)  a Bronze Sculpture Allegory by James Muir

“Koyaanisqatsi” (World Gone Mad)

17"H x 15"W x 14"D
Edition 4

Base Plates Quotes: (2’X5” and 3”x4”)

“Only those who forget
Why they came to this world
Will lose their way.

They will disappear in the wilderness
And be forgotten.”

“Gogyeng Sowuti”. Spider Grandmother

“When a stranger comes to the village, feed him. Do not injure one another, because all
beings deserve to live together without injury being done to them. When people are old
and cannot work any more, do not turn them out to shift for themselves, but take care
of them. Defend yourselves when an enemy comes to your village, but do not go out
seeking war. The Hopis shall take this counselling and make in the Hope Way.”

James N. Muir


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