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Thecontextual exhibition Stanstead Project, or How to Cross the Border, articulates itself around the theme of the border, seen as an architectural artefact that becomes part of a landscape that has an impact on citizens’ mobility all across the world. In Stanstead, a small border town located in the Eastern Townships, recently reinforced security measures have disrupted the everyday life of local people.
The exhibition will be presented in two parts : first, an in-gallery project will gather works by Ursula Biemann (Zurich, Switzerland), Christian Philipp Müller (Swiss, lives and works in New York and Berlin), and Andreas Rutkauskas (Montreal, Quebec). The in-gallery exhibition is a site to reflect and exchange upon issues related to border politics around the world. Featured are: maps, photographs and video produced by Andreas Rutkauskas on the site of Stanstead; Christian Philipp Müller’s Green Border, presented in 1993 at the Venice Biennale for the Austrian Pavilion as well as the recent video Burning Love; and the single-channel videos Performing the Border and Europlex by Ursula Biemann.