This sound piece records the names of 2,487 of the estimated eight thousand people who have died while trying to cross the US/Mexico border since 1993. Sources: Coalición de Derechos Humanos / Alianza Indígena Sin Fronteras; Stop Border Deaths Now! A project of the Border Working Group, Religious Task Force on Central America and Mexico (WTFCAM); How Many More? Stop Gatekeeper! The California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation’s Border Project; Centro de Documentación del Centro de Estudios Fronterizos y de Promoción de los Derechos Humanos A. C. (CEFPRODHAC); Mexican and US newspapers. 2487 was originally commissioned by Artpace San Antonio as part of the International Artist-in-Residence program New Works: 06.2 curated by Yuko Hasegawa, Chief Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan. Sound recorded by Luz María Sánchez. Sound edited by Álvaro J. Gómez and Luz María Sánchez at Aurix Producción Digital, Guadalajara, Mexico. Max/MSP object developed by Guillermo Galindo under the guide and with the collaboration of Luz María Sánchez. Web page Romain Ré. Acknowledgements José Luis Aguilera, Kate Bickert, Jennifer Davy, Janet L. Flohr, Guillermo Galindo, Glassford family, Cheryl Haines, Guy Hundere, Cristina King, Joe Meade, Jeremiah Moore, Gary Nichols, Chuck Ramirez [†], Romain Ré, and Riley Robinson. 2487 is currently on exhibition at the Battery Marcus Miller, The Presidio. 'Home Land Security', September 10 - December 18, 2016. Curated by Cheryl Haines, FOR-SITE Foundation, San Francisco California. http://for-site.org (c) Luz María Sánchez 2006-2016 Luz Maria Sánchez is Arts Member of the National System of Art Creators [SNCA].