Show of concept and investigation into participatory audience inclusion methods on the theme of borders
LocationStenebyskolan, Hemslöjdsvägen, Dals Långed, Sweden
How it was done
Experimental interactive exhibition: Border drawings, visionary borders, Bordr iPhone app, floor borders, world-map whiteboard, Open Sloyd, border triangle
(reference to projects Across African Borders, Project Borders Queens, Stateless in Jordan, and Borders of Dals Långed)
As part of this activity, Bordr stories were booked.
View more stories posted with this activity
– Results from the exhibition was used to build partnerships for the Europe Grand Central project.
– The exhibition was the blueprint of the What border have you crossed? exhibition at Queens Museum, New York November 21 – December 31, 2015
Main lessons learned
The exhibition built on experiences from participatory exhibitions at the Museum of Work in Norrköping and at the Not Quite artist collective. During these exhibitions we had tested custom made versions of the Bordr iPhone app on interactive iPads in the exhibition halls. With great results. Inspired by artistic border exploration such as the Vandring – Vittring project, the Project Borders Vision took experimentation to a new level, and tested a whole range of new techniques to include the audience to tell their own stories.
Fully interactive exhibition that explored multi-dimensional borders of the audience, it combined lessons from camera lending projects and previous exhibitions into a visionary and experimental display of Bordr methods and concepts that paved the way for the creation of the Bordr organization. The exhibition also showed borders crossed by participants in the Across African Borders, Project Borders Queens, Stateless in Jordan, and Borders of Dals Långed camera lending projects.
The exhibition was held at the Steneby School of Design and Crafts, Sweden, November 9 – December 3, 2013