Anselm Franke looks at the phenomena of the frontier – the often violent border zones where meaning, identity, and ownership are contested.
Scott examines principles of geography, subsistence practices, mobility, and social structure that abet state avoidance and state-prevention
James C. Scott
James C. Scott, Anselm Franke
Nontawat Numbenchapol explores contested borderlands through the eyes of young soldiers from the stateless ethnic group of Shan.
David Teh considers what lines of flight from the state might tell us about the scope and the limits of artistic independence and autonomy.