Dividing Lines: The Unbroken Line, 2019, metal, acrylic, silicone, granite slate, wood panel, 37 x 48.8 x 25.2 in (94x124x64 cm)

The border between North and South Korea is still the most guarded and most dangerous in the world. Every day, approximately a million soldiers patrol the borders on both sides of the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone). Stones embedded in the fence were a specific safety system. Painted in white and red, they formed a visible, unbroken line on the grid.

Exhibition history:

︎“Dividing Lines”, solo show, Le Guern Gallery, Warsaw, PL, November 22 - January 18, 2020


︎Elaine Y.J Zheng, “Alicja Gaskon- Dividing Lines” review, This is Tomorrow, January 18, 2020
︎Le Guern Gallery, Catalog of Exhibitions 2014-2019, design P. Kacprzak, January 2021
catalog of exhibitions Le Guern Gallery, January 2021
Le Guern Catalog of Exhibitions, published Jan.2021