Dismantling boundaries Bowled Over The Lost Border The Segregation Paradoxes Within and Without The Arsenal of Inclusion and Exclusion Life on the Line at Derby Line, Vermont Ferry Land Walking the Blue Line Thickening the ‘Unthickable’ Challenging the physical and disciplinary boundaries The Potential of Nothing Territories of Practice: Kimisagara Community Center, Rwanda The Ready-To-Go Club Campus and City: An Evolving Boundary Eccentricity Alaska vs Mario vs John Waters vs Boundary
Graphic design by Plural
Cover by Larry Mayorga
We all set our personal and physical boundaries. They are important to keep us running as well as sane. Other boundaries, established by people, countries or nature are used to define edges, separate two entities, and interrupt natural flows such as human migrations and ecosystems. Natural and artificial boundaries exist and will continue to do so in one way or another. Is it possible, then, to rethink what a boundary is, what its potential in our society can be, and if we even need them?
Territories of Practice: Kimisagara Community Center, Rwanda
Text, images, and drawings by Killian Doherty