This site began as an archive of art projects dealing with geographies of the border. It is currently an effort to develop conversations among artists, organizers, activists and scholars in order to grapple with the nature of geopolitical borders and the ways they structure our lives.  In addition to interrogating the border as a socio-spatial process, the projects or conversations here also engage with migrant struggles to resist abjection, the il-legalization of migration, the political rhetoric of both immigration policy and immigrant rights. This is not an effort to author a comprehensive critique; the interest is in a gradual and relational learning, in building our critiques together as a process that is shared as much as possible.