Together we wrote symbols of our transborder identities and crumbled, transformed, manipulated the paper in which we write on. The idea is to abstract the border - something so concrete and definitive in our lives.
What does it look like when you think about it differently?
Something much more than a wall?
Than an international border?
Borders exist everywhere; in our minds, at work, at school.
How do we deconstruct and transform these borders?