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  1. Awasinake (On the Other Side): detail of photographs on marquee

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE97; Rittermann, Philipp Scholz (American photographer, 1955 CE-); Belmore, Rebecca (Native American Performance artist and sculptor, born 1960)
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: Marquees; façades; border art; political art; renovation; Boundaries; feminism; Portraits; refurbishment
    • Format: image
  2. Awasinake (On the Other Side): general view of theatre facade and marquee

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Rittermann, Philipp Scholz (American photographer, 1955 CE-); Belmore, Rebecca (Native American Performance artist and sculptor, born 1960); inSITE97
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: renovation; Portraits; refurbishment; façades; Marquees; border art; Boundaries; political art; feminism
    • Format: image
  3. Awasinake (On the Other Side): theatre facade with marquee photographs at dusk

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Belmore, Rebecca (Native American Performance artist and sculptor, born 1960); Rittermann, Philipp Scholz (American photographer, 1955 CE-); inSITE97
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: façades; Portraits; border art; Marquees; political art; refurbishment; renovation; feminism; Boundaries; evening
    • Format: image
  4. Century 21

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Marchick, Sarah (photographer); inSITE94; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: Poor; satire; Real property; housing (concept); shacks; Humor; Dwellings; Temporary housing; Squatters settlements; border art; political art; architecture (object genre); homelessness; poverty
    • Format: image
  5. Century 21

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE94; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: information signs; architecture (object genre); Temporary housing; shacks; housing (concept); homelessness; Dwellings; Squatters settlements; satire; political art; Humor; Poor; border art; poverty; Real property
    • Format: image
  6. Century 21: bedroom

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Marchick, Sarah (photographer); inSITE94; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: architecture (object genre); Squatters settlements; Dwellings; poverty; housing (concept); satire; beds (furniture); Real property; political art; Humor; shacks; Poor; homelessness; bedrooms; border art; Temporary housing
    • Format: image
  7. Century 21: chest of drawers with television

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE94; Marchick, Sarah (photographer); Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: Living rooms; housing (concept); television receivers; architecture (object genre); Dwellings; homelessness; shacks; Temporary housing; Humor; border art; Real property; Poor; political art; poverty; satire; Squatters settlements
    • Format: image
  8. Century 21: fence and entrance to house

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE94; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: shacks; Dwellings; Poor; Squatters settlements; border art; housing (concept); Temporary housing; homelessness; political art; poverty; Humor; architecture (object genre); satire; Real property
    • Format: image
  9. Century 21: house with tire fence and clothes line

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Rittermann, Philipp Scholz (American photographer, 1955 CE-); inSITE94; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: shacks; Real property; Poor; Dwellings; Humor; border art; housing (concept); homelessness; political art; poverty; Squatters settlements; Temporary housing; satire; architecture (object genre)
    • Format: image
  10. Century 21: interior with dining table

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE94; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: Temporary housing; Dining rooms; Ceilings; architecture (object genre); Real property; homelessness; housing (concept); shacks; border art; political art; Humor; satire; Poor; poverty; Dwellings; Squatters settlements
    • Format: image
  11. Century 21: interior with dining table and roof

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961); inSITE94
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: Poor; Real property; border art; satire; Dining rooms; housing (concept); Temporary housing; shacks; political art; architecture (object genre); Squatters settlements; homelessness; Dwellings; poverty; Humor
    • Format: image
  12. Century 21: Shack in courtyard of the Centro Cultural Tijuana

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE94; Ramírez Erre, Marcos (Mexican installation artist and sculptor, born 1961)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: Dwellings; Poor; architecture (object genre); shacks; homelessness; satire; poverty; Humor; Squatters settlements; Temporary housing; border art; Real property; political art; housing (concept)
    • Format: image
  13. Dirty Water Initiative: setting up the solar collectors

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: SIMPARCH; inSite_05; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: technology; poverty; Health; Water--Purification; Water treatment plants; Education; political art; border art; Boundaries
    • Format: image
  14. Dirty Water Initiative: setting up the solar collectors

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: SIMPARCH; inSite_05; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: border art; Water--Purification; Boundaries; Education; poverty; technology; Water treatment plants; political art; Health
    • Format: image
  15. Dirty Water Initiative: solar collectors and water bottles

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: SIMPARCH; inSite_05; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: political art; Boundaries; technology; Water treatment plants; Health; poverty; Water--Purification; Education; border art
    • Format: image
  16. Dirty Water Initiative: solar collectors and water bottles

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: SIMPARCH; inSite_05; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Boundaries; poverty; technology; Water--Purification; border art; Water treatment plants; political art; Education; Health
    • Format: image
  17. Dirty Water Initiative: water purifier installed in Tijuana community

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator); SIMPARCH; inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Boundaries; technology; border art; Health; Water treatment plants; poverty; Education; political art; Water--Purification
    • Format: image
  18. Dirty Water Initiative: water purifier installed in Tijuana community

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSite_05; SIMPARCH; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Health; Boundaries; poverty; Water--Purification; political art; technology; Education; border art; Water treatment plants
    • Format: image
  19. Dirty Water Initiative: water purifiers installed in Tijuana community

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSite_05; SIMPARCH; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: poverty; technology; Education; border art; Boundaries; Health; political art; Water treatment plants; Water--Purification
    • Format: image
  20. Dirty Water Initiative: water purifiers installed in Tijuana community

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: SIMPARCH; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator); inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: border art; political art; Education; poverty; Water--Purification; technology; Water treatment plants; Boundaries; Health
    • Format: image
  21. El round nuestro de cada día: detail of boxers

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Rittermann, Philipp Scholz (American photographer, 1955 CE-); inSITE97; Escutia, Manolo Luis (artist)
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: toys (recreational artifacts); border art; Cockfighting; Arenas; Battles; Humor; Boxers (Sports); political art; violence; Performance art
    • Format: image
  22. El round nuestro de cada día: general view of "boxers" in ring

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE97; Rittermann, Philipp Scholz (American photographer, 1955 CE-); Escutia, Manolo Luis (artist)
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: Boxers (Sports); Cockfighting; Battles; political art; border art; Arenas; Humor; violence; Performance art; toys (recreational artifacts)
    • Format: image
  23. Heroes of War: lightboxes representing ribbons, awards and decorations

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Lebrija, Gonzalo, 1972-; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator); inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Soldiers; Military decorations; veterans; Video art; Prisoners of war; Color; Military museums; political art
    • Format: image
  24. Heroes of War: lightboxes representing ribbons, awards and decorations

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Lebrija, Gonzalo, 1972-; inSite_05; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Military decorations; political art; Prisoners of war; veterans; Color; Video art; Military museums; Soldiers
    • Format: image
  25. Heroes of War: lightboxes representing ribbons, awards and decorations

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Lebrija, Gonzalo, 1972-; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator); inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Video art; Soldiers; Military museums; political art; Military decorations; Color; Prisoners of war; veterans
    • Format: image
  26. Heroes of War: lightboxes representing ribbons, awards and decorations with video monitor above

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSite_05; Lebrija, Gonzalo, 1972-; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Color; Prisoners of war; veterans; political art; Military museums; Military decorations; Soldiers; Video art
    • Format: image
  27. Heroes of War: Veterans Museum interior with flags

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSite_05; Lebrija, Gonzalo, 1972-; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Military museums; political art; Video art; Flags; Prisoners of war; Soldiers; veterans
    • Format: image
  28. Hospitality: general view of work in progress

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Barbosa, Felipe, 1978-; Ricalde, Rosana, 1971-; inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: paths; Border crossing; paintings (visual works); political art; Names; information signs; Color; Boundaries; collaboration; border art; grids (layout features); bridges (built works); Name tags; Carpets
    • Format: image
  29. Hospitality: general view of work in progress

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSite_05; Ricalde, Rosana, 1971-; Barbosa, Felipe, 1978-
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: paths; grids (layout features); paintings (visual works); Names; Carpets; bridges (built works); border art; Name tags; information signs; collaboration; Boundaries; Color; Border crossing; political art
    • Format: image
  30. Hospitality: painting in progress: day four

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Ricalde, Rosana, 1971-; Barbosa, Felipe, 1978-; inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: information signs; paths; collaboration; paintings (visual works); Border crossing; Color; border art; bridges (built works); Carpets; Name tags; Boundaries; Names; grids (layout features); political art
    • Format: image
  31. Hospitality: painting in progress: day one

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Barbosa, Felipe, 1978-; inSite_05; Ricalde, Rosana, 1971-
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Names; border art; Border crossing; Name tags; paintings (visual works); grids (layout features); Boundaries; collaboration; Color; paths; information signs; political art; bridges (built works); Carpets
    • Format: image
  32. Hospitality: painting in progress: day one

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSite_05; Ricalde, Rosana, 1971-; Barbosa, Felipe, 1978-
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Color; Border crossing; Boundaries; Carpets; border art; paintings (visual works); Name tags; paths; collaboration; grids (layout features); political art; information signs; bridges (built works); Names
    • Format: image
  33. Hospitality: painting in progress: day two

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Ricalde, Rosana, 1971-; Barbosa, Felipe, 1978-; inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: border art; Boundaries; collaboration; Border crossing; paths; Carpets; Color; Name tags; political art; paintings (visual works); grids (layout features); bridges (built works); Names; information signs
    • Format: image
  34. Hospitality: painting in progress: day two

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSite_05; Barbosa, Felipe, 1978-; Ricalde, Rosana, 1971-
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Border crossing; paintings (visual works); Boundaries; Carpets; political art; Color; bridges (built works); information signs; grids (layout features); paths; Names; border art; Name tags; collaboration
    • Format: image
  35. infoSite San Diego: exterior with traffic cones

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSite_05; Cruz, Teddy (American architect, contemporary); Conwell, Donna
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: information; political art; Parking lots; public spaces; Color; recycling; Education; information centers (facilities); Temporary structures (Building); portable; border art; architecture (object genre)
    • Format: image
  36. infoSite San Diego: interior with raised pathway and video monitors

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Cruz, Teddy (American architect, contemporary); Conwell, Donna; inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: information; recycling; public spaces; border art; Education; political art; architecture (object genre); information centers (facilities); Temporary structures (Building)
    • Format: image
  37. infoSite San Diego: open roof

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Conwell, Donna; Cruz, Teddy (American architect, contemporary); inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Temporary structures (Building); border art; roofs; public spaces; recycling; Education; information; political art; architecture (object genre); information centers (facilities)
    • Format: image
  38. infoSite San Diego: public information desk

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Conwell, Donna; Cruz, Teddy (American architect, contemporary); inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: border art; public spaces; information centers (facilities); political art; architecture (object genre); Education; Temporary structures (Building); information; recycling
    • Format: image
  39. infoSite San Diego: public information desk

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Conwell, Donna; Cruz, Teddy (American architect, contemporary); inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: architecture (object genre); Education; recycling; border art; information; information centers (facilities); Temporary structures (Building); political art; public spaces
    • Format: image
  40. International Waters: detail of pipe from Mexican side of the border fence

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Hock, Louis (American filmmaker, video artist, and photographer, contemporary); inSITE97
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: Natural resources; political art; drinking water; Boundaries; border art
    • Format: image
  41. International Waters: detail of pipe penetrating the border fence

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Hock, Louis (American filmmaker, video artist, and photographer, contemporary); inSITE97
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: Natural resources; drinking water; Boundaries; border art; political art
    • Format: image
  42. International Waters: Mexican side of the border fence

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Hock, Louis (American filmmaker, video artist, and photographer, contemporary); inSITE97
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: Natural resources; drinking water; political art; Boundaries; border art
    • Format: image
  43. International Waters: pipe from Mexican side of the border fence

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE97; Hock, Louis (American filmmaker, video artist, and photographer, contemporary)
    • Date: 1997
    • Topic: border art; drinking water; Natural resources; Boundaries; political art
    • Format: image
  44. La esquina/ Jardines de Playas de Tijuana: border fence with marker and new plantings

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSite_05; Parral, Jose (Mexican architect and artist); Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator); Glassford, Thomas (American installation and video artist, born 1963)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Boundaries; public spaces; political art; border art; markers (monuments); Urban renewal; Parks; architecture (object genre); Landscape architecture; urban planning
    • Format: image
  45. La esquina/ Jardines de Playas de Tijuana: plaza with lighthouse and bullring

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator); Glassford, Thomas (American installation and video artist, born 1963); Parral, Jose (Mexican architect and artist); inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: political art; architecture (object genre); Urban renewal; Boundaries; public spaces; Parks; Landscape architecture; border art; urban planning
    • Format: image
  46. La esquina/ Jardines de Playas de Tijuana: sidewalk with new plantings of palms

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Glassford, Thomas (American installation and video artist, born 1963); inSite_05; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator); Parral, Jose (Mexican architect and artist)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: Landscape architecture; political art; Boundaries; border art; Parks; architecture (object genre); Urban renewal; Bull rings; Palms; public spaces; urban planning; Sidewalks
    • Format: image
  47. La esquina/ Jardines de Playas de Tijuana: view of concrete platform next to the border fence and Pacific ocean

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Glassford, Thomas (American installation and video artist, born 1963); Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator); inSite_05; Parral, Jose (Mexican architect and artist)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: political art; Boundaries; Parks; architecture (object genre); Urban renewal; public spaces; border art; urban planning; Landscape architecture
    • Format: image
  48. La esquina/ Jardines de Playas de Tijuana: view of platform next to the border fence and lighthouse

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Parral, Jose (Mexican architect and artist); Glassford, Thomas (American installation and video artist, born 1963); inSite_05; Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: public spaces; architecture (object genre); Boundaries; Parks; Urban renewal; political art; urban planning; border art; Landscape architecture
    • Format: image
  49. La esquina/ Jardines de Playas de Tijuana: view of platform next to the border fence and Pacific ocean

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Parral, Jose (Mexican architect and artist); Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator); Glassford, Thomas (American installation and video artist, born 1963); inSite_05
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: public spaces; Parks; urban planning; political art; border art; Landscape architecture; Urban renewal; Boundaries; architecture (object genre)
    • Format: image
  50. La esquina/ Jardines de Playas de Tijuana: view of plaza and lighthouse

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSite_05; Glassford, Thomas (American installation and video artist, born 1963); Ragasol, Tania (Mexican art historian and curator); Parral, Jose (Mexican architect and artist)
    • Date: 2005
    • Topic: political art; border art; Lighthouses; public spaces; urban planning; Boundaries; Parks; architecture (object genre); Urban renewal; Landscape architecture
    • Format: image