The featured images are the fruit of an in-depth, time-consuming study. Borderline is very much like a document of a specific area of current interest: the Belgian linguistic border.
The idea was to focus solely on the communes located directly on the border, and to photograph public events feeding the myth of a certain Belgium, and more pretentiously of a certain Europe.
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