‘Borderline’ was a multi-part project focusing on utilising artists’ projects as a means of questioning how emerging European artists and designers are engaging with ideas around borders, nationhood, alternative methods of social organisation and collaboration.



‘Solidarity Camp!’ think tank

The project included commissioned texts from Manick Govinda and Sophie Hope, public art projects from Black Pig City and Lorena Rivero de Beer, ‘Solidarity Camp!’ a temporary think tank and a major international conference, ‘The 28th State: European Borders in an Age of Anxiety’ at Tate Britain.

Borderline was a Chelsea Programme project, supported by Arts Council England, University of the Arts London, Tate Britain and City Inn Hotels.

Borderline website

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