Mapping Schengen Art – Part VII

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


Freedom Bus Project – Crossborder – International Network of History and Art (2015)


Art Bridges Europe – AA.VV. (Itinerant multimedia project 2015)


Residenzpflicht – The invisible borders – Philipp Kuebart (2012-14, exhibition)






The Mediterranean Tunnel  – MTO (street art, 2015)

Med tunnel





Immigration –  Daniel Garcia (2015; mixed media)








Surprising Europe – African migration experiences (multimedia project ; 2013)


Breaching Borders: Art, Migrants and the Metaphor of WasteSteyn and Stamselberg (book; 2014)
Breaching borders




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