Artifacts found on THE LINE in Liechtenstein. Contributed by Alexander Sokolov






Parallel B (Triesen)

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Austria
These are the only three kilometers going through Austria. Almost unwalkable.



Walk in the small segment of THE LNE that crosses the asutrian high Alps in Vorarlberg. Sketch by Luis Hilti. Ink on paper, 2022.





Italy



Santuario della Madonna del Buso, in Gallio







V! Event. A one day event hosted at Palazzo Trevisan degli Ulivi around remoteness and storytelling. 2018












I santi Vincenzo Ferreri, Giacinto e Ludovico Bertrando. Giambattista Piazzetta. 1738. Chiesa di Santa Maria del Rosario detta dei Gesuati, Venezia



Walking in Venice. Lilian Hasler, 2022. Pencil on paper.











︎︎︎Venice



Palazzo Trevisan degli Ulivi during the Venice Biennale of Architecture in May 2018.



Walking in Venice. March 2022.









Walker under Il People Mover di Venezia












THE LINE across South Tyrol. Right next to the Messner Mountain Museum Ortles -one of the six exhibition venues initiated by the popular mountaineer Reinhold Messner.At MMM Ortles Reinhold Messner tells of the Terrors of Ice and Darkness, Snow People and Snow Lions, the Whiteout and the Third Pole. An interesting article on Messner's museums can be fund here: https://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/12/t-magazine/austria-museums-mountains.html


















THE LINE across Dorsoduro, Venice

At Tronchetto facing Marghera


Wholesale Fish market. Port of Venice






Albania
Butrint Peninsula and its archeological sites, near the Ksamil peninsula



A street on THE LINE in the village of Vrinë, Vlorë County
︎ Parallel T (Tirana, Albania)
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Greece



















Lady of Zominthos. Figurine found in the palace of Zominthos on Mount Psiloritis in central Crete in 2020. (Jaimee Uhlenbrock, “The “Lady of Zominthos””, Les Carnets de l’ACoSt)







Varsova

Ta delfinakia tou Amvrakikou (Dolphins of Amvrakikos), a 1993 film by Dinos Dimopoulos



Egypt





Sudan
Halayeb triangle - Carnegie Middle East Center
Eritrea
The uninhabited islands of Muhun and Nahleg, part of the Dahlak archipelago in the Red Sea
Djibouti


Balbala, a vast suburb of Djibouti City. The suburb has formed since 1966 when access to the city was restricted.





Port of Doraleh, an extension of the Port of Djibouti, 5 Km away from Djibouti city

Ethiopia


Settlements in the Dollo Zone in the Somali region of Ethiopia. This zone has a road density of 0.0 kilometers per 1000 square kilometers.
Somalia









Godinlabe, a town in Galgaduud, Somalia
Seychelles


Desroches island in the Pacific Ocean is one of the smallest islands of the Seychelles. Entirely devoted to a luxury hotel.






"On Desroches Island, there is nothing to distract you from tranquillity, save for the sound of birds singing and an ocean breeze that invites you to come a little closer. We’re the only resort on this captivating coral island in the middle of the Indian Ocean, where the beaches belong to no one and everyone at the same time. Our rustic villas and suites are intimate retreats and will make you feel like a castaway who has struck gold." From the Four Seasons website.







Desroches is a part of the Outer Islands, also known as Coraline Seychelles. The local Seychellois Creole name for the outer islands is Zil Elwannyen Sesel, while the French name is Îles Eloignées: faraway islands.
French Polynesia

Mexico





Beach privatisation in Sonora. Playa Los Algodones is on THE LINE.



Faro Mulegé, Baja California Sur













United States of America


From the Lone Tree Literary Society - dedicated to preserving the childhood impression of novelist-photographer Wright Morris





New Mexico



Akela, New Mexico. Google Street maps screen capture.



︎︎︎Midwest


︎︎︎Iowa

Interstate 29, Iowa. First steps of THE LINE in the Midwest.



















Sergeant Bluff, Iowa. Mary Dahlman Begley, 2021. 35mm black and white film photograph.



On THE LINE in Iowa. Drew Smith, 2021. Screen capture.


Pine Bluff, Iowa. Mary Dahlman Begley and Drew Smith, 2021. Digital photograph.

︎︎︎Minnesota












Walking THE LINE near the Mississippi river - Photographed by Mary Dahlman Begley
Preparing for the walkalong THE LINE across the Mississippi


Flowers encountered during collective walk in Pine Bluff, Minnesota, 2020. Mary Dahlman Begley. Digital photograph.

Walking THE LINE in the United States of America


Walking THE LINE near the Mississippi river - Photographed by Mary Dahlman Begley


Frozen Spring Lake, Minnesota. Walk by Derek Ronding and Jakob Mahla, 2021. Digital Photograph.




THE LINE across the Mississippi River
Tree trunk encountered on the frozen Mississippi River by Derek Ronding and Jakob Mahla, 2021. Ink on paper.


Steamboat Park, Afton, MN. Photo by Sophie Durbin





Edgewater, Wisconsin. Meg Lundquist, 2021. 35mm colour film photograph.















Moose Lake, Wisconsin. U.S. Geological Survey, National Geospatial Technical Operations Center.
︎︎︎Wisconsin















Hauer, Wisconsin. THE LINE crosses the train tracks. Meg Lundquist, 2021. Digital photograph.

Hauer, Wisconsin. THE LINE crosses the train tracks.  Walked by Meg Lundquist in 2021. Google maps screen capture.













Chequamegon National Forest in Winter 2021. Meg Lundquist. 35mm colour film photograph.














































The woods near Moose Lake Wisconsin. Walk by Meg Lundquist in 2021. Digital photograph.




Chequamegon National Forest in Winter 2021. Meg Lundquist. 35mm colour film photograph. The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest covers more than 1.5 million acres of Wisconsin's Northwoods. The USDA Forest Service manages the land for multiple uses including forestry, wildlife habitat, recreation, harvesting of forest products, fisheries, and wilderness and natural areas. (US Department of Agriculture)

Canada











Nain, Nuatsiavut.


Ireland

A Celtic Border and The Line - contribution by Megan Quirey

















United Kingdom
UK border in Ireland











Towns on THE LINE in Northern Ireland, Wales and England



Penmon Point or Black Point (Trwyn Du) as it is also known locally is the most easterly point on Anglesey. The Point is private land currently owned by the Baron Hill estate in Beaumaris, but allow access for a small fee payable at Penmon Priory.
France
Phare de Walde near Calais, built in 1857, now preserved as a monument









Forêt  de Mormal, Nord.  the largest area of forest in the Nord department of France.





The Calais Jungle (known officially as Camp de la Lande) was a refugee and migrant encampment in the vicinity of Calais, France that existed from January 2015 to October 2016. There had been other camps known as jungles in previous years, but this particular shanty town drew global media attention during the peak of the European migrant crisis in 2015, when its population grew rapidly. Migrants stayed at the camp while they attempted to enter the United Kingdom, or while they awaited their French asylum claims to be processed.











The municipal theater of Denain, a former mining town




Belgium





Étang de la Lobiette, Anor.




Étang de la Lobiette
France
"Even as the forest grew and stretched around it, in the Place à Gaz it was always winter, never spring". Cal Flyn, 2021. Places of Abandonment. Life in the Post-human Landscape. "Forbidden Forest". William Collins..









Place à Gaz, Grémilly, Meuse. https://cdi.eau-rhin-meuse.fr/GEIDEFile/RP-65376-FR_-_HUBE_final_.pdf?Archive=243871306105&File=RP%5F65376%5FFR%5F%5F%5FHuBe%5Ffinal%5F%5Fpdf











Germany
Hirschsprung, Breitnau.


Pflumenschlucker, a carnival figure from Bonndorf in the Black Forest




a postcard from Titisee sent by Margit Busch

THE LINE  in Germany:
  • Weisweil  
  • Forchheim am Kaiserstuhl 
  • Endingen am Kaiserstuhl  
  • Riegel am Kaiserstuhl  
  • Teningen / Reute / Denzlingen 
  • Heuweiler  
  • Stegen 
  • Buchenbach  
  • Breitnau  
  • Titisee-Neustadt  
  • Lenzkirch  
  • Bonndorf 
  • Stühlingen  
  • Schleitheim

Switzerland
Schlappinbach, Klosters- Serneus, Switzerland. Tim Wetter stood on THE LINE in 2022. 35mm film photograph.







Säntis is the highest mountain in the Alpstein massif of northeastern Switzerland
This project was supported by University of Liechtenstein, Future Architecture Platform, Kulturstiftung Liechtenstein, Fürst Franz Josef von Liechtenstein Stiftung
Institute for Linear Research, 2023