Integrating nature and sculpture, Alex’s piece “deadline” is a ring shaped cut around the bark of the tree, almost touching its xylem (the main food transfer channel). If the cut goes any deeper the tree would bleed or eventually die.
In the second day of our workshop, we fleshed out the list of borders in the city and sorted them into categories. Afterwards, we identified the themes that interlink and influence the visibility of these borders.
In this video, a migrant worker documents just one of the sites of friction that is encountered along the path to a work permit in Moscow. For citizens of the CIS, the “simplified procedure” to attain a work visa involves crossing many urban borders.
Artist: Dima Fillipov, Moscow Based on personal experience of almost every human process, overcoming the distance from home to school, is almost the only time spent alone with him, and out of the zone of influence. Of course, as a rule, children are attending groups, but sometimes there are moments of loneliness.
20 years after the fall of the Soviet Union several young directors come to the borders of previously united countries. Their personal stories dedicated to people, who find a way to remain united, despite the new borders.
The Drawing of Our Lives, Dan Berlin 2003-2011 A project documenting their movement patterns in daily life for 10 years, using GPS.
Art project of two Moscow based artists looking at their mental and physical borders in contrast to the city of their origin – Yekaterinburg.
Russian video on borders. We don’t have any more detail on the doc film at this time.
Science art as an area of complex investigation that leads humanity to a new world view. Art/artist has the ability to enter the territory of the experiment science of trial and error.