Anna Ruminska Borders, 2014
The red-white border brutally cuts through the landscape on the premise of protecting cyclists on a path that meanders for its largest part right in the middle of nowhere. Protecting from what? – one might ask. Perhaps from forgetting that they have left the city and the rule of order that reigns there. To what extent are safety and clarity of division helpful and to what extent are they urging us to forget how to act thoughtfully, responsibly and socially?