InsideL: Border Town - No-man's Land
Till the fifties there were very few ways to cross cultural, political and physical boundaries. From radio, press, spoken legends to travel: long journeys to cover distances that now can be reduced to a matter of milliseconds.
Back to forgotten times to our present, Ulysses, Marco Polo, Cristoforo Colombo, Jules Verne, Terence McKenna: they all were aware of the meaning of travelling, they knew that history is moulded by verbs like "to move", "to cross", "to go beyond".
Crossing perception's borders is a modern way to discover no-man's lands. Synaesthesias: to see what has to be heard, to touch what one can smell. Crossmedia: to perceive sensible domains as they appear, with loose borders, in an overlapping fashion.
Like bats and doplhins which read matter through sounds, crossmedia travellers discover a world where perceptions are shuffled, building a synergic augmented reality.
InsideL terraformers know that this is the biggest 02L's show: a great passion for the unfinished, the undone, the embryonic merges itself with a fatal break with the past.