Posts Tagged ‘Latinx’

Beyond, Between, and Under the Border

NAVIGATING THE CARCERAL STATE By Hiba Ali A border is nothing but a man-made fiction, imagined and realized by those who would never be imprisoned within its bounds. To colonizers, borders were pure cartography—settling matters after beating the enemy. With pen to paper, business was conducted, and a deal was made. To Europeans, North America[…]


By Brandon Sward The Denver Art Museum describes Mi Tierra as “site-specific installations by 13 Latino artists that express experiences of contemporary life in the American West.” Although it’s unclear what exactly is “site-specific” about this exhibition, many of its artists are indeed unpacking the history of the Western US. For Claudio Dicochea (San Antonio),[…]