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  • See that border patrol agent up there.

  • See his lights are on.

  • It's one person who's watching us.

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  • Isn't it so fascinating that the simple act of drawing a line on a map can transform the way we see and experience the world.

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  • Mattias.

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  • Gerardo, he loved victoria.

  • I grew up in a small village which was once Mexico in southern colorado and the history of that legacy still exists so exists in our language exists in our food.

  • It exists in our culture.

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  • I always think about this as the borderlands they stretch not only into the United States but also into Mexico this region that's defined by borders.

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  • I am from Guadalajara Jalisco Mexico.

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  • And I came here to study my master degree in Tijuana.

  • I have been living for three years in the US.

  • I started working at the store since 11 years now Mozilla philosophy, National de la reserva, Yo trabajo con community Kerala's condition is the story of Tijuana Aquinas and kant dramas introduced spaces in solar system and mental for my own ecosystem.

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  • Osama's iconic towers Really, this is one community.

  • This is not to landscapes that are defined by this wall.

  • Yeah, this is one landscape that's divided by this wall.

  • Matias, this is what they make the wall out of.

  • Look how thick that steel is.

  • Oh man, that's me.

  • I can't hold it with one hand.

  • I think designing a humane border is to design for the people and the ecologies that are in the borderlands.

  • Yeah, we imagine new possibilities in this landscape.

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  • Both cities are very integrated but were very separated because of a hassle for people to go across.

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  • People have taken five hours to go across the bridge.

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  • When europe in five hours you can go across the whole country and here it's just across one bridge so we can be very close one another very separated at the same time for people to understand what border life is.

  • I think a lot of them have to be near the border for them to understand.

  • Mhm 30 years I've been here, my family's here, me going across the bridge on a daily basis.

  • You understand how things work.

  • It's not just paper, it's reality, Most of us.

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  • It's never felt like two different countries.

  • It's very difficult to find somebody in Brownsville that doesn't have an attachment to Matamoros.

  • So it's vital for both Matamoros and Brownsville to work more than one another.

  • And what we're trying to push is integrating a dedicated bike path, a cyclist path to go across the bridge.

  • It's easier to check a bike than car.

  • It's more efficient.

  • Has any conversations started with what?

  • A patrol And I decide, uh well, we've had conversations with CBP, they didn't implement it, that I think we should follow up with them just because you live in my tomatoes.

  • So you live in Brownsville doesn't mean you're not impacted by the other communities decisions.

  • We think of it as normal, but it really is interesting because it goes back hundreds of years.

  • But fear is a very destructive emotion.

  • You know, you just follow the wall the whole time and you can't help but think like, you know, you're imprisoned in this side.

  • I lost my dog for a couple of months and I was like, she's on the other side of the wall, but I can't get there.

  • You know, you don't know Yeah, what it's a question of drawing a very hard line in the sand about what one thing is and what another thing is.

  • But those lines are complete abstractions really?

  • People and animals and water flow across these boundaries.

  • Mhm So we just wanted to see if we could change the way that this space is occupied for a moment, mm hmm.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/11/15
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