Elisabeth Fiedler & Michael Petrowitsch (eds.)

Borderline, Elisabeth Fiedler & Michael Petrowitsch (Hrsg.)

Elisabeth Fiedler (Institute for Art in Public Space Styria) and Michael Petrowitsch


Text contributions by
Jasmina Cibic, Søren Engsted, Elisabeth Fiedler, Beba Fink, Marina Gržinić, Klaus-Dieter Hartl, ILA, Kien Nghi Ha, Norbert Mappes-Niediek, Michael Petrowitsch, Klaus Schafler, Walter Seidl, Mark Terkessidis, Lana Zdravković.


Publication date


ISBN 978-3-99028-271-7
Properties: 280 x 200 mm, 159 pages, numerous coloured illustrations
Language(s): German/Srpski/English
Publisher: Verlag Bibliothek der Provinz

Price: € 19,–

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Borders and related conflicts, migratory movements and mobility, movement of goods and capital: these issues have taken on a new topicality in recent months – also in the media. Political strategies have taken on a dynamic of their own in this environment, and civil society phenomena, such as the initiatives of entire communities to prevent the deportation of integrated families, are new approaches to lived tolerance. For the Borderline project, artists and theorists were invited to reflect critically on the field of "Border and Mobility". The result was presented in the public space of Maribor, the European Capital of Culture 2012, in the Austrian cultural month of October.

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