Since 2007, when Romania entered the European Union, it lies on the most eastern border. I got there with a old ferry, after a 4 hours trip on the Danube.
This series focuses on the connection between people and territory and the significance of trans-national and transcultural identities, exploring the relevance of European identity and its relationship with concepts of home and belonging, memory and territory and how these have been shaped by events.
"A Girl Called Julia, Serbia-Romania border". Borderlands: the Edges of Europe, project by Paola Leonardi Venue details: Waterfront Gallery, Neptune Quay, Ipswich IP4 1QJ, UK Official Website:www.borderlands.eu Event date: from: 14-04-2014 to: 23-05-2014 Opening hours: Monday-Friday 9am -6pm. Artist Talk 29th April 2014 4pm-5pm. Private View 29th April 2014 6pm-8pm EastEurope → Borderlands: The...
A volatile air of misery and uncertainty has plagued the Greek capital since the onset of the Global Economic Crisis in 2008.
Every day dozens of Chechens try to escape the Putin-proclaimed happy paradise in Chechnya by entering the European Union illegally via the border with Ukraine or Belarus.
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