Our recent research on digitalization of borders and migration controls will be presented in April at the exhibition Coding and decoding borders organized by curators Isabelle Arvers (Antiatlas) Nathalie Levy (ULB). Coding and decoding borders is an event encompassing art, research and practice. Combining an exhibition and an international conference, it will host, at the Faculty of Architecture and the Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences of the Free University of Brussels, and at the Headquarters of the World Customs Organization (WCO), researchers, artists and experts who will discuss the growing technologization of controls of persons, goods or capital which cross borders.
As with the previous events organized by the antiAtlas of Borders, this conference/exhibition truly breaks away from compartmentalization of the fields of knowledge, creation and practice. By offering different levels of lecture and of participation, it opens up beyond academic, political and professional circles to reach the public at large. The exhibition will be held from April 13 to May 31st at the Espace Architecture La Cambre Horta on the Flagey campus of the Free University of Brussels.
Exhibition from April 13 to May 31st
Conference 13 – 14 – 15 April 2016
Place Flagey 19
Open from Thursday to Sunday 14:00 to 18:30