13.05.2021 - 26.06.2021

Fences delimit space and give it an outside. Borders are drawn to define space. Without demarcation space is not determinable. Fences divide wildness from pasture, create an overview and model terrain. Fences keep the undesirable outside and enable a controlled use of the staked-out field. In these principles, known to Conrad from his mountainy homeland, a landscape he grew up on, he detects a universal comprehension of space.

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