All over the world people have nationalities, passports and borders. Borders in their mind or to their physical capabilities. To figure out how life is without it, I decided that the paths of my passaport and I should split. I sent it out to the world, so that it could travel on its own from person to person. I put a small letter inside, asking everyone to document their encounters and confrontations with borders. Instead of uniformed officers who put stamps and stickers to document passagers of borders, I figured that I’d rather have people put their boder-crossing experience on the passport pages. The result of these processes and experiences you now have in your hand. In this book, I’ve collected my own diary notes, emails from friends, actions reports, posters and of course, writings from my passport (which eventually got back to me).
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