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Dissolving Borders: Where Water and Boundaries Collide
|Event Start Date||Monday, September 29, 2014 – Friday, October 3, 2014|
Sacred Heart Hall Visual Arts Center, Room 102
"Dissolving Borders: Where Water and Boundaries Collide"
September 29 - October 3
Gallery Hours: 9am - 5pm
This exhibition showcases the thesis work of Samantha O'Brien ’14. Focusing on the ecology of the San Diego-Tijuana border, "Dissolving Borders" proposes to restore the Tijuana estuary's southern wetlands and to gain public awareness of the habitat. Comprised of a series of architectural interventions located throughout the rehabilitated estuary, this project is about visibility, exploring the way architecture can both obscure and expose the world around us, as well as create social and ecological awareness.
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