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Monday September 15, 2003
Straddling a fragile border

photo Touring art in Union reflects border issues

Students who pass through the union today will have a hard time ignoring the towering metal figures that stand on the edge of the mall.

Four steel human sculptures, each approximately 14 feet tall and weighing 500 900 pounds, are on display as part of a national tour intended to promote discussion of border issues.

"Our mission is to create awareness and appreciation for the unique culture that has arisen on the U.S.-Mexico border," said Tom Whittingslow, founder of the Tucson-based, nonprofit Beyond Borders: Binational Art Foundation. [Read article]

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