Tag Archives: Borders

Borders, Cecilie Sachs Olsen, St Augustine’s Tower, Hackney, 8 April 2017

Cecilie Sachs OIsen, St Augustine's Tower, Hackney, London, 8 Ap

JDP: `Would you say you have repurposed a lot of the spaces you have recorded?’

CSO: ‘Breastfeeding in a broad variety of settings, especially academic or cultural ones, is a kind of statement; showing that you can still have your head on, that there are still many possibilities, that, in fact, motherhood does not have to be a border at all.’

Hanway Street, 6 June 2008

The blurred borderline between movement and identification.

Blurs, Parvati Nair, Hanway Street, London, 6 June 2008

`The border in this day and age is never unified, quantifiable or easily located.’

[From Parvati Nair’s `Europe’s “Last” Wall: Contiguity, Exchange, and Heterotopia in Ceuta, the Confluence of Spain and North Africa’, in Border Interrogations: Questioning Spanish Frontiers, ed. by Benita Sampedro and Simon R. Doubleday (Berghan, 2008), pp. 15-41, p. 17]

Borders, Parvati Nair, Hanway Street, off Tottenham Court Road, London, 6 June 2008

The entire city has become a multiplying digital border as, with every footstep, our identity is continuously scrutinised, our trajectory mapped from above.