Sit back, relax on the comfy cushions and oriental rugs in the Antechamber, the calm vestibule next to the "Living Room"-dance floor.
If you want to be close to the music and where it happens but not at the epicenter this is the place for you!
When you need a break from the dancing and yelling over the sound of the speakers, but you don't want to go too far away from where the party is; the Antechamber is the perfect place. A nice semi-secluded area next to the Living Room dance floor with rugs, cushions and oriental tapestries where you can relax, take your shoes off and process all the impressions of the day/night.
It will also be the venue for workshops during the day and tea-ceremonies (in antique tea sets and adorable miss-matching cups of course), and be a general space for hanging out with old and new friends.
If we get funded the structure will be built out of wood, the floor covered in needle-loom carpet with rugs and pillows on it and tapestries and mandalas on the walls.
The Antechamber is part of the gift from the Good Vibe Tribe Camp
The wood will be bought ahead of time and pre-cut and pre-screwed together in Stockholm and then transported down to Boesdal. Our team has experienced carpenters and happy amateures and everything in between:
Including, but not limited to: Viktor Ansund, Josefin Wengström, Typhaine Sotés, Fabian Tanz, Amalia Wahlström, Ebbe Strandell, Daniel Bladini, Linnéa Appert, Nils Mårten Hauffman, Daniel Mueller-Gonzalez, Linnea Jernow, Martina Aggeklint, Elin Lindh, Teodor Abreu, Amanda Henriksson, John Runestam, Karolina Wahlström, Frida Johansson, Mari Raudsepp, Andrew Rodiguez, Phillip Alenbrand, Danielle McMaster
Reuse, recycle and burn! is what will happen with the decor.
the potential moop created by workshops will be the responsibility of the workshop-giver and participants.
Artistic laser-cut camp-fire burn barrel 400
Construction materials 2300
We invite borderlings to spend time with us, to host their workshops in this space or attend workshops held here by others.
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.