We have a desire to continue a communal exploration of "the space between dreams and realities", to bring focus on the parts of the Borderland that is not about a festival, but rather about dreams, life and the future.
"What is it that separates dream from reality? Can you define the thin line that split the two? What does that border consist of? Every day we live our lives without fulfilling our dreams, we enforce that border, grow the distance between the two. We make the real more real and the dream more of a dream. The purpose of The Borderland is to shorten that distance."
Making dreams meet reality is what we do. What dreams do you have, and what steps do you want to take to make them real?
This is the 5th iteration of the Borderland Workshop, hot off the heels of the Copenhagen & Stockholm Evolutionary Purpose Workshop! This is the place to explore together what you want for the Borderland between Dreams and Reality to be, whether it's about an art project, a feeling, an organizational vision or something else!
This is a magic tower, an epicenter, a space from where Dream prototyping may starts and sparks. We like to create a feeling of being in a magic lab, where the power of fantasy unleashes and we are doing alchemy.
This dream also draw back to the teal journey and the question What is the evolutionary purpose of Borderland? This question became a central part of the exploration we did during a Borderland development weekend in late 2016 about how to make the Borderland more “Teal” (more about Teal organizations here: http://www.reinventingorganizationswiki.com/Teal_Organizations). A common feeling was that the Scandinavian (and bigger) burner community is something more and far more important than a couple of yearly festivals. We are excited to continue the exploration about how the Borderland can become more present outside of the event in Boesdal. In other words working with the evolutionary purpose of the Borderland.
Peter Munthe Kaas & Mathias Gullbrandson
Today our core team is two people with two camps connected to us.
Our plan is to detail the concept during May and start building the space in July.
our visitors will leave a little bit of trash everyday. This will be taken care of during our daily moop round.
Platform for the space in wood: 2700 DKK.
Transparent walls in Poly Carbon: 4000 DKK.
Wooden Walls: 3300 DKK.
Prototyping materials: 2000 DKK.
Host prototyping sessions!
Congratulations! You've stumbled upon something special. Borderland is a participatory festival that takes place in Boesdal, Denmark. It's a fully participatory event where everything is created by the participants themselves, with out any spectators.