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University Museum, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Inaccessible Landscapes is an art installation exploring the connection between home life and the complex cityscape of Juarez. Inspired by my grandmother's tablecloth pattern, it sparks conversations about the contrast between domestic comfort and urban hustle.


At its core, the installation blurs the lines between inside and outside worlds. The tablecloth pattern symbolizes warmth and family ties, intertwining with the energy of the city. Through this juxtaposition, Inaccessible Landscapes invites viewers to contemplate the nuanced layers of belonging and displacement inherent in the uncomfortable urban landscape.

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