Why a Designer Turned the U.S.-Mexico Border Into an Art Installation | The New Yorker



With shared economic, environmental, and humanitarian concerns, communities of local planners, designers, and citizens work toward cross-border collaboration. Ronald Rael, an architecture professor, takes an opportunity to use art to prove the uselessness of building borders.

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Why a Designer Turned the U.S.-Mexico Border Into an Art Installation | The New Yorker

36 comments

  1. U was born in mexico love ur country try to make it better like all the others countries do….whye flee and leave it doesnt make since all other countries do it mexico can to its stoopid people wanna flee and not try to change it

  2. We lived here before white people, we are indigenous to this continent and their border crossed us😔wish my Mexican brothers and sister didn’t have to live such a different life, grateful my grandparents were able to make it to the US

  3. Wbo Mexico pays their population at a lest 10 dollars hourly instead of 35cents stop victimizing and hold that government accountable foto ya dejen de victimizarce y presionen su govierno and why the land was lost due to corruption in Mexico do some reading 📚

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