At the core of the European project has always been an effort to reduce the significance of borders. Today the understanding of borders must go beyond national-state boundaries to include educational, economic and social borders. Addressing this, a joint project and exhibition of the Institut français d'Estonie and the Goethe-Institut Tallinn will take place from 19.10.2016 at the Fotomuseum Tallinn. Louisa Maria Summer, German, and Camille Laurelli, French, both spent time in the Estonian border towns Narva and Tallinn. Very different in their aesthetic and perspective, Summer and Laurelli captured cultural, social, political and psychological barriers in the context of urban daily life. Their artworks raise questions about integration/exclusion, whether visible or invisible.
On view until December 11, 2016
More Information: www.goethe.de/estland