Installation: video full HD 6’10’’, contact sheet paper 23 cm x 25 cm, inkjet print on Baryta 39 x 57 cm. Genoa, Italy 2014. Bunker’s Border describes a self-liberated space outside of any model of production, but that appears to want something from the city; it seems to constantly ask for relocation. The bunker re-establishes a possible dialectic with the urban space, drawing an imaginary line, a path in the dark in an absent space. Imagining a city increasingly extensive, exceeding its boundaries, a city that can exploit every single space, Bunker’s Border resists placement while still exerting its presence.