Borders

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Borders written and directed by novelist Robert Anton Wilson was on view at The Kitchen on April 16, 1990. Starring Wilson himself and a young Steve Buscemi, the film is in a documentary-style that incorporates fictional aspects with computer graphics. The film is a continuation of Wilson’s life-long philosophical inquiry of human subjectivity and objectivity. Using the sociopolitical climate of his time as a backdrop, Wilson blurs these “borders” that we tend to create between reality and fiction.

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