Borderlands are

spaces where two cultures and narratives meet,

continuously changing landscapes,

places of disorientation and reorientation.

Encountering the other

with potential for unimaginable violence

or creative mutual transformation.

How do we navigate spaces that threaten to take our breath while also promising new life beyond our imagination?

The past lies before us

“…the past lies before me and the future lies behind me. …What we know, what we have seen, is the past. So it lies before us. What we cannot see, what we cannot know is the future.” Jebuwot Sumbeiywo

How are you learning to read the space before you? Do you know the patterns of the past and the potentialities of the future?