Underlying Borders brings together the work of artists with their own migrant experience between Mexico and the United States. They work from perspectives that seek to reconfigure and blur borders and boundaries, in a game of tension between locations and relocations.
The participating artists explore concepts related to institutionalized notions such as identity, gender, or nationality. Through their work, the artists pretend that these limits or boundaries, manifested as geographic distances or through the act of inhabiting the body or memory, are understood as zones of transition.
Opening of the exhibit March 14 at 6:45 pm followed by an Artist Talk at 7:30 pm.