(in)visible: Negotiating the US-Mexico Border

Jan 27 - March 14, 2018

ReflectSpace at Glendale Central Library presents “in|visible: Negotiating the US-Mexico Border,” an exhibition of visual, technological and performative narratives that reflect on the permanence and permeability of the US-Mexico border. Separating the gallery in half by a site-specific border wall and through the work of artists, public art and virtual reality, “in|visible” aims to bring attention to the border as not only a physical, familial and cultural impediment but also as the fault line of interdependence of two countries. Artists Dulce Pinzón, Claudia Cano, Teresita de la Torre, Tom Kiefer and Joan Zierhut address the visible and invisible impact of the border on lives of those on either side.


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Catalog

Press Coverage

L.A. Times/Glendale News Press

Installation Photos & Artists' Work


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