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Nin Solis lives in Mexico City and Berlin. She studied architecture at the Universidad Iberoamericana (2004) and a master degree in photography at the Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle in Germany (2011). She received the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD-Germany) and Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (FONCA-Mexico) scholarships. From 2005 to 2008 she worked for the publishing house Arquine. In 2012 she assisted the photographer Graciela Iturbide. Her photos have been exhibited in the Galerie Schody, Warsaw; the Mexican Embassy in Berlin; Stiftung Moritzburg, Halle; Galerie WhiteBox, Munich; Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach; and Photokina 2012 in Frankfurt.  Her work is part of the Norton Museum of Art collection. Nominated by Graciela Iturbide, she was finalist for the Rudin Prize for Emerging Photography 2012.

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Jill Anderson was born in Utah, grew up in Texas, and has been living in Mexico City since 2007. She has a PhD in English with a specialization in US American and Mexican-American literatures from the University of Texas in Austin. There, she also taught writing and rhetoric courses and collaborated with the Worker’s Defense Project on behalf of immigrant labor rights. In Mexico City, she served as Co-Director of the Casa de los Amigos, a Quaker guesthouse and center for peace and international understanding. In 2012, she began research with returning and deported young adults with the support of a postdoctoral fellowship at the Universidad Autónoma Nacional de México. Her research with young people working in call centers in Mexico City inspired her to work even more closely as a researcher-activist within the transnational movement for the human rights of (im)migrants in the Americas.  

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