Many thanks to our contributors in order of appearance:
Jonathan Wren, Agostino Nickl, Christopher Delahunt, Emily Priest, Quentin Dauvergne, Stanislas Turcon, Henry Schofield, Ema Hana Kacar, Sabrina Syed, Ness Lafoy and Lloyd Lee
B5_#062 // Boundary // Lloyd Lee
A wall meets another wall. With four of them, a room is formed. In a very physical sense, the walls here obstruct each other from continuing one another’s move, … #062 Failure to Continue
B5_#060 // Boundary // Sabrina Syed
A gateway to the data-world is a boundary from the real world.
The 4G threshold connects, distances and leaves both a spatial and data trail behind.
… #060 4G Boundary
B5_#059 // Boundary // Ema Hana Kacar
What is a border within the context of a room? Is it a solid wall, a window, or a curtain? Does it need to be defined by something material, or could it simply be the lack of anything physical, a border of space itself? … #059 Border Typology Study
B5_#058 // Boundary // Henry Schofield
This boundary, a fictional wall proposed to “…look good…” from the north side and “…be difficult to climb or cut through…” divides the land of liberty from its adjoining neighbour. … #058 A big, beautiful wall.