Mapping Europe’s border art – Part III

Here is the third instalment of Schengen border art, an ongoing project in which I try to map the multifarious ways in which the Old Continent’s (real and imaginary) frontiers have been represented/performed/subverted.


Schengen – Helmy Nouh (2013, film)


Schengen film





Migrants moving history: Narratives of diversity in Europe (2007, documentary)


Migrant Moving history







The list – Banu Cennetoglu (2006, installation)







Permanent Waiting Room (2008, Installation)




Melilla – Flo Razowsky (2007, photos)




New Voices from Europe and Beyond’ – ARC Publications/ Literature Across Frontiers (Poetry Anthology Series)









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