Virginia Humanities was interested in a new mural to add personality to their new public space. Their hope was to have a vivid visual impact for staff, community members and partners who use the space regularly. Through abstract forms, Federico depicts human exploration, curiosity, and learning, in this design. He describes his choice of colors and form as a celebration of indigeneity, inclusivity, and a broader sense of community. The figure standing on one foot signals movement and motion while in balance, it also implies reaching/peaking over, being curious, exploring, surveying, gathering, and learning. To see more from Federico Cuatlacuatl, visit here.