Operative boundary : a series of exaggerated studies along the US-MEX border
Author(s)Amaya, Jorge Moe
A series of exaggerated studies along the United States-Mexican border
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Architecture.
William O'Brien Jr.
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Operating somewhere between the earnest public servant and the activist architect: the subversive project configures specifications as informatively objective. Architecture and technology bound to a physical wall where policy operates as an architectural intervention and the immediacy of information transforms the social-techno sphere. More specifically, the method employed for this thesis will more closely examine national policy for Nogales, AZ and describe the elements which make up the current wall while understanding its lineage. Through that lens, the project of documenting and ultimately creating a series of case studies will exaggerate and insult the condition of border.
Thesis: M. Arch., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Architecture, February 2014."January 16, 2014."--Abstract, page 3. Cataloged from PDF version of thesis.Includes bibliographical references (pages 102-103).
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Architecture.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Architecture
Massachusetts Institute of Technology