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UL21 Studio Boundaries, Borders, and the Imaginary: The Self - 3D virtual exhibition by DianeFellows

UL21 Studio Boundaries, Borders, and the Imaginary: The Self

We ask: how are liminal spaces created and navigated - personally and collectively? We begin the studio with an exploration of our personal and familial cultural stories. We shall shape our stories through creating a series of habitable (or uninhabitable) spaces that develop into an investigation and understanding of migration inclusive of International Immigration Laws and Human Rights at a larger scale - the ecological communities (nature and human) along the US/Mexico border (the 32nd parallel north). We shall explore through readings, films, literature exploring the meaning of 'immigration', ‘migration’, and 'territory', immigration and human rights legal instruments (laws), environmental/climate concerns that engender migration, architecture essays, and case studies regarding the towns and cities constructed along the ‘Borders’ of the 32nd parallel north through centuries.
Image: The "Sand Dragon" also known as the "Floating Fence" in the Algodones Dunes, California, 32nd parallel north.

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