Full-HD | Stereo | 19:36 min
No Trespassing makes barbed wire the focus of a film about segregation and privatization in today's Texas. It is the portrait of a country through an object that was invented in the America of the Wild West and has evolved over time from a tool of cattle ranching to a political instrument and a symbol of demarcation. Barbed wire has not only parceled out and privatized what was once a free country, but is also an essential part of the current policy of exclusion at the border to Mexico.
Alexander Glandien is a German artist and filmmaker living in Vienna. During the last years he has realized projects in Mexico, Colombia, Indonesia, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, USA and Spain and he has had numerous international exhibitions, most recently at the Thessaloniki Biennale, at the Casino Luxembourg, the State Gallery in Linz, at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History. He has taught Experimental Art at the University of Arts Linz and he was guest lecturer at the Facultad de Artes of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia in Bogota and at Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig.
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