The sea has always been the major force that shaped history of Malta. Today, the seafront as a public space seems to be the only resource element that somehow managed to survive, but for how long will it prevail?
Image: Marker drawing on found platform (exhibited at St Elmo Examination Centre as part of Dal-Baħar Madwarha collective exhibition, 2018), by Kristina Borg.
Tamsin Caruana reads an essay by Kristina Borg. Text version of this essay is available here.
The Isles Aloud Podcasts feature audio essays, poetry and discussions on the challenges that Malta is facing at the moment.
Kristina Borg is a visual artist and an art educator. Her research strives to create projects involving experimental processes through which she seeks to relate and enter into direct dialogue with the community and/or the place. Her works have been exhibited in Malta, Milan, Salerno, Perugia, Munich, Dusseldorf, Vienna, Vorarlberg, Leeuwarden, Haarlem and Brussels.
No Man’s Land formed part of the exhibition Dal-Baħar Madwarha, curated by Maren Richter and commissioned by Valletta 2018-European Capital of Culture.
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