What does it mean to belong in a space that is founded on “freedom” but buried by its systems? my identity as a Mexican woman is central to how I engage with society. The border represents an act of cultural reappropriation to a geographical space where political legitimacy and illegitimacy are in discordance. From language and skin color to surveillance and racial discrimination, this divide permeates deeply into the communal ecosystem.


The Wall  is a documentation of multiple installations that I built using images that I found online of the Mexican border. I deconstructed the projected image with the use of columns made of paper and the architecture of the space.

"Untitled I"


from the series The Wall 

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"Untitled II"


from the series The Wall

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"Untitled III"


from the series The Wall

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"Untitled IV"


from the series The Wall

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"Untitled VI"


from the series The Wall

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"Untitled VII"

from the series The Wall

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"Untitled IX"


from the series The Wall

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"Untitled XII"


from the series The Wall

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