The National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., is getting back into the swing of things after its April reopening, and that includes a major show on the United States-Mexico border wall planned for next month. Today, the museum announced that The Wall/El Muro: What is a Border Wall? would debut on November 6 as a multimedia examination of a structure (both physical and metaphorical) that continues to evolve.
“Borders are invented, imaginary places,” said exhibition curator Sarah A. Leavitt in a press release. “They change over time, and they are policed differently over time. What is happening on our border matters and it was important to me to be
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