Friday Mar 8, 2013
An exhibit of photography that visually explores seepages of culture, ceremony and life through political, militarized borders.
It challenges visual images and schools of thought that paint national borders as being solid and permanent by showing photographs of people and symbols that flow through the border walls. It does not ignore the violent realities that exist in border zones, but, rather, recognizes that sometimes the liquid is blood and sometimes it is healing water. The show is inspired by all the ways that people are working to re-humanize the borderlands of our existence. Photography by Jaelyn deMaria.
Contact:El Chante: Casa de Cultura
Phone: (505) 400-9201