The Borderline Mural Project
Connecting people and places at MIT
The Borderline Mural Project covers a 200 foot long wall in the tunnels under the campus of MIT with murals and magic. The tunnel is a commonly used route between MIT Buildings 66 and E17 during bad weather. The tunnel is a useful connection between point A to point B, but Borderline aims to make it a destination.
More than twenty-five MIT-affiliated artists added their individual contributions throughout spring 2017, culminating in a single, connected mural completed in May 2017.
The magic comes in the form of augmented reality: viewers can use a mobile phone app to experience an extension of the imagery.
Learn more about the project at theborderlinetunnel.wordpre
View more images of the mural at instagram.com/
Julia Rue ’18 (Lead) is a junior at MIT studying Mechanical Engineering. She enjoys spending time with her family, and corn.
Tara Lee ’17 (Painting Coord) is a senior at MIT studying Biological Engineering. She enjoys collecting pens and being aesthetic.
Jessie Wang ’19 (AR Coord) is a sophomore at MIT studying Computer Science. She enjoys cute things and avocados.
Emma DeSoto ’18 (Logistics) is a junior at MIT studying Mechanical Engineering. She enjoys watching videos of cute dogs, and street style.
Iris Fung ’17 (Historian) is a senior at MIT studying biology. She enjoys southern food and dancing like no one’s watching.
Thursday, May 18, 2017 / 5:00-7:00pm
MIT Building 66, Lower Level Tunnels