‘Looking beyond the Buffer Zone’ – Into No-Man’s Land exhibition events

Conventionally, no-man’s lands are associated with the dead zones between the trenches of WWI, but this project explores the no-man’s lands of the 21st century! Rather than merely empty, fortified and divisive spaces, the project considers the productive role of no-man’s lands, their changing social meaning and their cultural significance, challenging the conventional perceptions and providing a more nuanced understanding of these sites as live and dynamic environments!

The expedition set off last week from the village of Nomansland in southern England a site associated with medieval cracks between fiefdoms and continues to yet another English no-man’s land: a site used to bury victims of the Black Death in London.

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