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Where the sea ends

During my residency, I researched the prehistory of Iceland and what might have lived on the island before the first settlers arrived. It may seem strange to study this in Iceland, whose founding according to historical sources began in the 9th century and which has no prehistory. However, not being attached to the facts, I interpreted in my own way and imagined that the oldest traces of humanity were discovered on this island. Based on the ideas of hydrofeminist Astrid Neimanis, who encourages us to look at our bodies as bags of water emerging from the oceans, such a leap does not seem entirely impossible. I imagine porous and fluid bodies migrating from one part of the continent to another or freely crossing seas, oceans and reaching even the most remote islands.

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Laima Kulbytė

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Where the sea ends

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March - April

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