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The NAFTA Effect

November 22, 2006

In October members of THINK AGAIN did some large-scale projections in Los Angeles for a project was called “The NAFTA Effect” organized by Outpost for Contemporary Art. THINK AGAIN’s mobile projectors roamed the streets of Los Angeles after dark emblazoning giant projections on building facades. This project acknowledges the contribution and participation of immigrant laborers in the life of Los Angeles. On the level of policy, The NAFTA Effect highlights how international treaties like NAFTA, in concert with national anti-immigration efforts, reshape the ways that families live and work on both sides of the border as well as challenging the proposed 700-mile border fence, and the criminalization of undocumented workers.
To see a slide show, and for more information on the project visit:


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