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In 2004, Donald Trump gave the commencement speech at Wagner College, New York. He urges the graduates not to let walls keep them from their dreams. \u201cNever, ever give up. Don\u2019t give up. Don\u2019t allow it to happen,\u201d he said, \u201cif there\u2019s a concrete wall in front of you, go through it, go over it, go around it. But get to the other side of that wall.\u201d\u2028
On the other hand, as a response to the 2016 US election, Richard Misrach decided to write on the wall with photography. The artist found an unusual landscape near Los Indios, Texas, that can be seen as an act of shifting the discourse. Another shift in discourse can be seen with Scott Bennett, and how he captured the French artist JR's installation of Kikito, peeking over the Tecate, MX-Tecate, US wall. Finally, our minds are taken on a journey, when John Moore's 2014 photography of an undocumented immigrant child from Honduras, separated from his parents, rekindles the possibility of a future different from that at the detention center in McAllen, Texas, when he encounters the image of an Other that dreams.
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