– Two Sides of the Border

– November 29, 2018–February 9, 2019, The Yale School of Architecture Gallery

– March 16, 2019 – April 25, 2019, Aedes Architecture Forum

– November 9, 2019 – December 6, 2019, El Paso Museum of Art

– Stop dividing the United States and Mexico into two separate nations, and instead study their shared histories, cultures, and economies.

– Projective Atlas. 13 studios across the US and Mexico use architecture and tools beyond architecture to contribute to the cross-cultural conversation. Together, the studios imagine new futures for U.S.-Mexico relations.

– Subjective Atlas. Iwan Baan traveled to 12 sites to document their environments and conditions. The photographs are his interpretation of these sites, and present a subjective view of places such as Nuevo Leon, Guanajuato, and Texas.

– Objective Atlas. By introducing maps from as early as 1765 we see how this supposed objectivity actually changes over time. The maps create a new objectivity, one in which the region is codified as a system of exchanges and inseparable landscapes.

– With Tatiana Bilbao, Iwan Baan, 22 Professors and 129 Students

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