Shifty: looking at the space of law

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2011-04-15
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This thesis project examines how representations of power are visualized in the context of geopolitical boundaries. In tracing the laws that regulate borders back to the judicial bodies which make them possible, the thesis experiments with images and media representing the space of law. The work in this exhibition creates a space to consider the role of legislative bodies in the naturalization of borders. In doing so, responsibility is placed on the viewer to determine their own role in the imagination and construction of divisions which frame society.
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etd6546
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