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that has generated performative interventions in functional urban spaces. In June 2012 I travelled to Cork in Ireland to participate in a series of performance art events of the project Ciudades Paralelas (Parallel Cities) curated by Lola Arias and Rimini Protokoll artist Stefan Kaegi during the Cork Midsummer Festival. Lola Arias is an Argentine writer, theatre and film director and performer and has worked with documentary theatre since 2007. In 2010 she curated Ciudades Paralelas with Kaegi, described in her website as a ‘festival of urban interventions

in The machinic city
Wolfgang Müller-Funk

. Globalisation and new borders: Babel (2006) The film Babel (2006), created by the Mexican film director Alejandro González Iñárritu, is interesting in two respects with regard to its narrative matrix. On the one hand, the film unfolds a narrative matrix, which is described as the butterfly effect. An action in one corner of the globe evokes other unintended, unexpected and unpredictable consequences. On the other hand, Iñárritu has already dealt with the subject of (border) narratives in two previous films: Amores Perros ( 2000 ) and 21 Grams

in Border images, border narratives
Testimonies of survival and rescue at Europe’s border
Karina Horsti and Ilaria Tucci

professionals, activists, refugees and civil rescuers. The testimonies were edited by Anna Blom (a professional film director), Adal Neguse (a human rights activist) and Dominika Daubenbuchel (a professional movie editor) into ten-minutes-long short films. The survivors watched the edits, commented on them, and the editing team worked through the proposed changes. The team discussed the role of ‘participation’ extensively, seeking to constantly balance and horizontalise power between those with professional film-making knowledge and those with knowledge and experience of

in Border images, border narratives