Editing, text and research
Mark Eker, Henk van Houtum
Geert van der Bruggen, Mariska van der Giessen, Joren Jacobs, Hanco Jürgens,
Martine van Kampen, Olga Russel, Gijs Wallis de Vries
Harry Cock and Paul le Clercq
NL/ENG, Paperback, 17x24 cm, 416 pages
ISBN 9789075271546, NUR 648
Borderland is about the history and future of the zone straddling the Dutch border with Germany and Belgium. Although the internal borders in the European Union were opened more than twenty years
ago, there is still no comprehensive and coordinated spatial vision for the borderland and the border. In this book, landscape architect and regional designer Mark Eker and political geographer
and border expert Henk van Houtum are joined by artists, designers, scientists and policy makers in a study of the border landscape.
The book is an atlas, a design study and essay collection combined. It contains provocative and inspiring ideas and design concepts to enhance borderland policies and cross-border collaborations.
In some places the border is dissolved, while in other places it is emphasised in an almost theatrical manner.
GRENSLAND was made possible with the financial support of Stimuleringsfonds voor Creatieve Industrie, Gemeente Heerlen, Gemeente Hengelo, Gemeente Maastricht, Gemeente Nijmegen, Kamer van
Koophandel Centraal Gelderland, Stadsregio Arnhem Nijmegen, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen en Platform 31.
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