Mapping Europe’s border art – part II

In my previous post I presented the project Schengen border art. What follows are some more examples of creative representations and performances of/about European frontiers. Enjoy!


There is no place – Lisl Ponger (2007, photographs)

There is no place







Foreigners registration office – Ximena Aburto Felis (2007, video)

Foreign registration





Blue Wall of Silence – Vibeke Jensen (2007, installation)



Frontiers – You’ve reached Fortress Europe (2008, videogame)

Fortress Europe game




Schengen – Raphael Haroche (2006, song)

Rafael Schengen



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