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Architects Tatiana Bilbao and Carolina Sepúlveda Reimagine the Mexico-U.S. Migration Corridor

Tatiana Bilbao is a Mexico City-based Architect and Founder & Director of Tatiana Bilbao Estudio. Carolina Sepúlveda is a Chilean architect and researcher. She recently graduated from Harvard’s Master’s in Design Studies (MDes ADPD ‘20) program at the Graduate School of Design.

Moderated by: Malkit Shoshan, Art, Design and the Public Domain Area Head, Graduate School of Design.

In the December 2, 2020 panel, hosted by Harvard’s David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies and the Graduate School of Design MDes program in Art, Design, and the Public Domain, Carolina and Tatiana discussed the urban transformations occurring across Mexico and the United States. They explored topics such as food insecurity, gender, ethnicity, violence, and political instability. The two architects concluded by proposing new methods to reimagine the Mexico-U.S. Migration Corridor and global ecologies of migration.

Watch the recording here