Anne Wallace grew up in a Texas ranching family and worked in Central Mexico and on the US/Mexico border for 15 years. During that time, she co-founded the Refugee Assistance Council of Laredo, Texas, to provide legal representation to asylum seekers in detention, and helped develop Amnesty International’s Refugee Program and Women and Human Rights Program.
Wallace's videos, installations and public projects draw on both human rights and art practices. They are often community based, incorporating multiple perspectives on culture and history through the use of personal narrative. Many of her works engage the border and the American West, examining issues of representation, authenticity and myth. From carving sa
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