• May 5, 2021

Tags : Border Tuner

Gallery+Story: Trans-Border art installation helps Bowie students connect with peers

A trans-border light-art installation that hopes to bridge a connection between El Paso and Ciudad Juárez shined brightly over Bowie — a school long known for educating students of all cultural backgrounds. The Border Tuner installation consists of three interactive searchlights on each side of the border equipped with microphones that allow users to connect and […]Read More

Tens of thousands interact with ‘Border Tuner’; Installation reaches mid-point

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s interactive art installation Border Tuner continues to light up the sky and build a bridge of dialogue across the US-Mexico border, however Sunday, November 24,is the final day in operation. “The telepresence installation ‘Remote Pulse,’ the “outdoor living room”, and the El Paso-Juárez community’s ongoing participation and dialogue also highlight the final week […]Read More

Binational interactive art installation ‘Border Tuner’ activates Wednesday in El

After two years of preparation, the public interactive art installation Border Tuner is ready to foster and make visible the dialogue across the US-Mexico border.  Visual artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s newest public art installation, Border Tuner, will preview on Wednesday, November 13, at 6:30 p.m. and everyone is invited to control huge bridges of light with their own […]Read More

Border Tuner launches website, program of daily activations

Border Tuner, the large-scale light and sound artwork that will connect El Paso and Ciudad Juárez in November, officially launched its public website this week and announced a program of performances, talks and activities. The website gives information on local programing as well as a guide on how anyone can participate in this free public project […]Read More

Video+Story: El Paso a Finalist for $1m Bloomberg Philanthropies Public

Wednesday morning, Bloomberg Philanthropies announced that the City of El Paso has been selected as a finalist to potentially receive up to $1 million as part of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge, a program that aims to foster creative collaboration, address civic issues, and support local economies through public art. More than 200 cities […]Read More