Krzysztof Czyźewski, Dorit Cypis, Marcos Ramírez Erre, Josh Kun, Rubén Martínez, Ofelia Zepeda
Presentation and conversation
November 8, 2011

Artists, scholars, and cultural activists from Europe, Mexico, and the United States convene in Los Angeles—home to migrants, refugees, and exiles from all over the world—to share their respective experiences with and approaches to border issues. In an age of increased border militarization, how might we redefine borderlands as zones of mutual intermingling, co-existence, and dialogue?

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