Migration is beautiful, both for nonhumans and humans. Monarch is the only species of butterflies known to make an annual two-way migration. The number of the monarch has been decreasing dramatically for habitat losses along the journey. Meanwhile, like many towns in the Midwest of the United States, Latinx immigrants, often appealed by the local industry developments, are reshaping Perry’s future. Inspired by the parallel of monarch butterflies’ migration trajectory and the Latinxs’, the project aims to create visibility and a sense of place for “the migrants” in Perry, Iowa.
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