ALL DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Wall Installation on Stairway, First Floor.
Dates subject to change
Hostile Terrain 94 is a participatory art project sponsored and organized by the Undocumented Migration Project. The installation is composed of more than 3000 hand-written toe tags, each representing a migrant who has died trying to cross the US-Mexico border at the Sonoran Desert of Arizona between the mid-1990s and 2019.
This installation will take place simultaneously at more than 100 institutions around the world and is presented by the Anderson Collection in collaboration with students and faculty from the department of Anthropology at Stanford University.
The Undocumented Migration Project Exhibition at Stanford, a class listed in Chicano/Latino Politics/CSRE, will be taught by Gina Hernandez-Clarke and Koji Lau-Ozawa in fall quarter 2020.
Additionally, there will be a series of virtual events related to this exhibition:
9/24 and 9/25 Virtual screening of Border South
A documentary following the Central American migrant trail across Mexico and into the Sonoran Desert of Arizona.
9/25 Virtual Q&A session for Border South
Artist and filmmaker Raúl O. Paz Pastrana and anthropologist Jason De León explore this documentary film.
11/5 Panel discussion: Jason De León, Angela Garcia, Jon Ayon Alonso
The museum will host the creator/director of the program, UCLA faculty and anthropologist Jason De Leon, at a panel discussion including Stanford faculty from the department of Anthropology, the Bill Lane Center for the West, and others.