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Convivencia: Art Making at the U.S.-Mexico Border


The debates over US-Mexico border policies are loud and divisive. But some artists and architects are working directly at the border to better understand the complexities of the landscape, and inspire transformative effects. Two of those creators are Ronald Rael, chair of the department of architecture at UC Berkeley, who co-created a vivid pink teeter-totter at the border, and artist-craftsperson Tanya Aguiñiga, founder of Art Made Between Opposite Sides (AMBOS). This Thursday they’ll meet on stage for Convivencia: Art Making at the U.S.-Mexico Border, a conversation about coexistence, representation, and community-based art along the border. It’s part of W|ALLS, the current exhibition at the Annenberg Space for Photography.