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George Square, Glasgow, UK

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20 Jun, 2021 · All day

To mark International Refugee Day, a walk from Glasgow City Centre to the Dungavel House Immigration Removal Centre in Lanarkshire. Arranged by Claudia Zeiske and artist Iman Tajik this 22 mile meditative path exploress the notion of borders as liminal spaces where freedom of movement conflicts with geopolitical boundaries.

Claudia Zeiske

United Kingdom

Writer in residence Writer in residence 2021/22

Claudia Zeiske is a Scotland based curator and art activist who realises a lot of her projects through walking, bringing people, ideas and politics together.

Near George Square, Glasgow, UK

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