Mapping Schengen Art – Part IV

Here is the fourth instalment of Schengen border artan 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.


Blue in Morocco – Blue (2012, wall art)

Blue artist





Caution border – AA.VV. (2009, installation)

Brussels - art 2







Without borders? – Kontekst and h.arta (2009, exhibition)










Undocumented Apparel – Julio Salgado (2012, illustrations)







Schengen-Funk – Sprutbass (2013, music)












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