Bio: The border that defines and separates Mexico and United States is increasingly militarized. For some people, this line could be simply a crossing point and for others an impenetrable wall. These boundaries are spaces—both physical and imaginary—that permit some and exclude the others. My project investigates how the real and invisible borders work in an aesthetic context and where these aesthetic dimensions acquire other meanings and transmit messages: how do we create conscious and unconscious barriers and how are they visualized? How is this symbolic exclusion-inclusion expressed through signals? How do we cross these barriers?

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