Currently at the Museum of American Indian. From the promotional materials:
Brian Jungen turns objects inside out. By deconstructing them, he changes not only the things themselves, but the ways we think about what they used to be, and what they've become.
He begins with objects that are ordinary, useful, and comforting. When he's through, they are unique, expensive, and useless.
Jungen explores the intersection of art and Indian artifacts, by creating masks, totem poles, bones, and other 'Indian' items out of everyday materials. I took a few photos and wish I had taken more.