Bordering: An Art/geography Collaboration

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Queen Mary, University of London, Jan 1, 2007 - Art and geography - 56 pages
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Bordering is a trans-disciplinary research project that combines cultural geography with artistic practice to creatively explore the relationship between place, identity and borders. In spring 2006 cultural geographer Holly McLaren invited six artists to create new work in response to the cultural landscape of the borderland market town of Oswestry, situated in north west Shropshire. A research phase of situated engagement and exchange culminated in a series of events and activities at various locations within and around the town during October and November 2006, together with an exhibition at Qube.

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