Being on a Border

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    The invisible borders of the Arctic, commonly imagined as vast open space, become visible when they collide with beings, and, in the collision, become noticeable. Bordered lives in the degrees of the North intersect with the development of outmigration, urbanization, nationalization, privatization, Indigeneity, traditional livelihoods and symbolism. The analysis takes us from the understanding of borders as striated spaces towards the characteristics of liminality and transformation. The conversation is pound to the enwoven figure on a wired fence that emerges as a sign of passage from one era to another; an anthropocenery.
    Translated title of the contributionRajalla
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalChatter Marks
    Publication statusPublished - 11 Nov 2020
    MoEC publication typeE1 Popularised article, newspaper article

    Field of science

    • Visual arts and design
    • Philosophy
    • Political science

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