Notices

People from all over the world – EU and non-EU citizens – were handed a white, plane piece of paper and a blue pen as well as two topics:

Borders and Europe.

They were entirely free regarding what to do with it.

Each of the outcomes is presented here.

 

 

Adrian (20). Germany.

Adrian (20). Germany.

Azhan (43). Malaysia.

Azhan (43). Malaysia.

Kristina (23). Germany.

Kristina (23). Germany.

Verena (32). South Africa.

Verena (32). South Africa.

Franziska (21). Germany.

Franziska (21). Germany.

Ridwan (25). Bangladesh.

Ridwan (25). Bangladesh.

Paul (22). Germany.

Paul (22). Germany.

Antonija (26). Austria.

Antonija (26). Austria.

Simon (22). Germany.

Simon (22). Germany.

Ben (22). Germany.

Ben (22). Germany.

Risa (26). South Corea.

Risa (26). South Corea.

Elsa (21). Germany.

Elsa (21). Germany.

Fabienne (25). Switzerland.

Fabienne (25). Switzerland.

Nicole (26). Germany.

Nicole (26). Germany.

Maja (22). Serbia.

Maja (22). Serbia.

 

To be continued…

 

Europe is hope.

 

2 Comments

  1. marek | 2. Mai 2014 at 22:10
     

    Simple approach, but the outcomes proofed it to be clever and very functional when properly introduced!

    All these blue-and-white efforts are personal and in some way sophisticated.

    Still there is a boarder in the format – the A4 paper.

    Good one!

    Reply
  2. TommyL | 10. Juni 2015 at 3:11
     

    Is it still possible to participate? And if yes, how?

    Warm greetings,
    Tommy

    Reply

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