Border Cultures presents a critical insight into the complex and shifting notions of ‘borders’ and ‘boundaries’ via the work of a plethora of exciting and established artists working both nationally and internationally in the field. The contemporary practitioners featured in the book are those who took part in Border Cultures, a research-based platform for artists and cultural producers to explore and examine the concept of the ‘border’ through different lenses, which took place in three parts consecutively from 2013 to 2015 at the Art Gallery of Windsor. McNamara's essay, entitled "It Don't Exist," is a reflection upon his multiple migrations across the US/Canadian border and the effects of living in the shadows of Detroit -- on both his creative life and on his psyche. Along the way, McNamara considers the punk and techo landscape of the motor city as well as the legacy of Japanese-American architect Minoru Yamasaki.