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Border was designed in response to geographic and demographic considerations of its site in Sonoma, California, a town with a large migrant population. Border acknowledges the manual labor provided by individuals who often risk their health and safety by crossing the U.S./Mexico border to work in Northern California vineyards.

As wine is the backbone of the region’s economy, I chose old-growth vines to represent a larger than life human backbone.

Border  at the Sonoma Community Center, Sonoma, CA
Chardonnay Wine Branches, Steel Wire
9’ x 8’ x 107’
Border  Sonoma Community Center, Sonoma, CA by Jann Nunn
Chardonnay Wine Branches, Steel Wire
9’ x 8’ x 107’
Border  at the Sonoma Community Center, Sonoma, CA
Chardonnay Wine Branches, Steel Wire
9’ x 8’ x 107’
Border  Sonoma Community Center, Sonoma, CA by Jann Nunn
Chardonnay Wine Branches, Steel Wire
9’ x 8’ x 107’
Border  at the Sonoma Community Center, Sonoma, CA
Chardonnay Wine Branches, Steel Wire
9’ x 8’ x 107’