As part of an exhibit that marks 50 years since the building of the first “peace line” in Belfast, Kai Wiedenhöfer does a walking tour of “the largest outdoor art gallery in the world.”
"On the American side," Kai continued, "the territory expands a really long distance, and the border patrol has motion sensors in the ground, there’s CCTV and drones flying. So they catch people mostly through these electronic means than preventing them from entering the US by the wall or fence.”
The community groups were working for three weeks preparing the wall for the exhibition. The thing about this project, is that everybody’s behind it. They were willing to do it. And they’re proud of it. The whole project had taken about a year.”
Deirdre Robb, Chief Executive, Belfast Exposed.
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