Introduction: Science-Art Explorations at the Border

Anne-Laure Amilhat Szary, Jean Cristofol and Cédric Parizot

Creating a journal is a bet. That of the Antiatlas Journal is twofold: it assumes that the web offers new ways to articulate differently text, images and various media, and that this binding can renew our approach to such complex objects as the borders...



Border art and the borders of art

Anna Guilló

By developing new esthetic approaches, Border Art has problematized our relations to space. It has also disturbed the representations of what makes art and get closer to experimental geography. What theory of contradictory realities should we elaborate, in order to understand the role played by artists in this context of social and political activism?



Arts, sciences and exploratory procedures

Jean Cristofol

The age-old question of the relationship between arts and sciences has taken on a new significance in recent years, and must be approached differently. We should analyse the different forms of scientific knowledge and the evolution of artistic practices. Photography, cinema and video had already deeply transformed art practices and their relation to science. Digital technologies have pushed forward these disruptions…



Re-drawing the experience Art, science and migratory conditions

Sarah Mekdjian and Marie Moreau

Both a paper and a cartography, Re-drawing The Experience reviews the setup of a research-creation process between an artist, a researcher and asylum seekers in Grenoble, France.



Research, art and video games: Ethnography of an extra-disciplinary exploration

Cédric Parizot and Douglas Edric Stanley

This article reviews the process of conception and development of a documentary and artistic video game: A Crossing Industry. It is elaborated by a transdisciplinary team and focuses on the functionning of the Israeli separation regime in the West Bank during the three years following the second Intifada (2007-2010).

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Assembling Samira: understanding sexual humanitarianism through experimental filmmaking

Nicola Mai

"You think so because you are French!" - Samira told me (slightly) angrily when I said as a half joke that I saw no real man in front of me. She was wearing a frock and full make up while she claimed to be a real man like her father. And she was selling sex to other men ‘en travesti’ that night in Marseille.

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