Flowers Bloom in Barren Places

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Abstract

Formal experimentation in a written work of creative memoir dealing with borders, distances and separations. Peer reviewed by a panel of visual artists, writers and curators


THE CORRIDOR is an interdisciplinary, discursive project. It explores the topic of borders and their political, social and cultural consequences through public talks, screenings and artistic presentations. With artists from all fields, historians, sociologists, contemporary witnesses and other experts we as outsiders want to discuss the history of the Irish border and the future challenges of the upcoming EU border for this area.
Original languageEnglish
Pages26-27
Number of pages2
Specialist publicationThe Corridor
Publication statusPublished - 01 Mar 2019

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Keywords

  • Borders
  • Ireland
  • Northern ireland
  • Brexit, UK-NI relations
  • Brexit
  • Creative writing
  • Identity
  • fiction

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