Borders have a very definitive purpose: they separate the thing that is not us or they build a bridge between yours and mine. A grid of 49 photographs of two women dressed in black are seen in a variety of positions as they variously touch or not touch, while always joined by the jewelry. These photographs illustrate how a factitious borderland* per[des]suades interaction.
“In order to achieve “borderless,” we must [first] understand the space of the borders themselves.”
*an area of overlap between two things