Crossing of Hostile Borders

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Marchevska, E (2017). Crossing of Hostile Borders. in: Migrations: Literary and Linguistic Aspects. Cambridge Peter Lang.
AuthorsMarchevska, E
Abstract

This article explores how art can help audiences to think and feel about migration differently, by focusing on two political art projects: Tanja Ostojić’s Misplaced women? (2009-present) and Bern O'Donoghue’s Dead Reckoning (2015- present). These projects are based on experiences of crossing hostile borders. Both artists’ work explores personal, social and political aspects of displacement.

Keywordsborder violence; borders and art; migration; institutional response; privilege of movement
Year2017
Book titleMigrations: Literary and Linguistic Aspects.
PublisherPeter Lang
Place of publicationCambridge
ISBN978-3631772744
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Print15 Mar 2019
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Deposited20 Nov 2017
Accepted08 Nov 2017
Web address (URL)https://www.peterlang.com/view/title/65318
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