(c) Daria Prokofyeva

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The space looks vast. Even unlimited. The edge is carefully hidden. The rustle of the surf is muted by the thick ice cover. As far as one can see there are no borders on the sea cost. The openness is mesmerising. There is no sound. As well as no presence. Except the wind stroking the ground. And the gaze. It is a perfect space to seclude oneself, to hide and to appear, to contemplate.

Spacing looks at the invisible structure of political nature which all the available space is subject to. It tries to spectate this structure and adjust to the rules it imposes. In accordance with the rising restriction on the public manifestation, the verge of the sea is marked so that the safety margin of 50 metres is preserved, reducing the unwanted presence to the minimum.

* no legal notice is needed for a silent one-person protest with a minimum distance of 50 metres from (if) any other person protesting