Colombian artist Delcy Morelos (b.1967) creates art that calls attention to connections between people and the environment. Using natural materials like textile, fibers, clay, and soil, her work asks us to consider earth as a living entity rather than a territory to be owned. The exhibition features paintings, sculptures, and installations made throughout Morelos’s career, including several works never before seen in the United States. In addition, Morelos will create a monumental, immersive sculpture made from local soil specifically for the Pulitzer’s galleries. Based in Bogotá, Morelos often reflects on land use and ownership in her homeland as well as Colombia’s prolonged and violent history of conflict and displacement. As a counterpoint, the exhibition highlights Morelos’ spiritual and ecological beliefs in the interconnectivity, reciprocity, and respect between all living things.