USC School of Architecture كلية الهندسة المعمارية بجامعة جنوب كاليفورنيا

USC School of Architecture: Border Walk Virtual Discussion

USC School of Architecture: Border Walk Virtual Discussion. From a modest fence built in the early 1900s to a sophisticated surveillance, tracking, and barricade system today, the US-Mexico border is both a work of architecture and an exercise of planned obsolescence. It is a continually updated construction zone, a seemingly impenetrable infrastructure that nevertheless allows thousands of undocumented and stateless people to move through toward the cities of Southern California. Join us for a virtual discussion on this topic.

Date: Friday, November 18, 2022

Time: Noon to 1 p.m. PT

Where: Via Zoom



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