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Out of print

 

- Films, essays and stills that examine current situations around such issues as border policy and migration
- Explores and crosses the domains of politics, culture and the aesthetic space of the artwork


Authors: Mariska van den Berg, Christophe Gallois, Tessa Giblin, Andréa Picard
Editors: Mariska van den Berg, Lonnie van Brummelen, Siebren de Haan
Design: Louis Lüthi

2009, Valiz | supported by Fonds beeldende kunst, vormgeving en bouwkunst (Fonds BKVB), Mondriaan Foundation , Harten Fonds , Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst | sewn paperback | 192 pp. | 24 x 17 cm (h x w) | English, Dutch | ISBN 978-90-78088-26-4


Visual artists and filmmakers Lonnie van Brummelen (Soest, NL, 1969) and Siebren de Haan (Dordrecht, NL, 1966) investigate topical subjects such as the increasing allotment of the public domain, hardened European border policies and the dislocation that this brings with it. In essays and film installations, they map individual strategies for skirting such obstructions and barricades. At the same time, their works explore the position and meaning of art within such disrupted contexts. Their practice moves between the domains of politics, culture and the aesthetic space of the artwork. The sounding out of borders and the strategic traversal of these different areas forms the core of their activities.

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