Thinking from the Border brings together a geographer, a sociologist, an artist and art/architectural historians to devise new ways of blurring the borders between scientific and artistic practices across the world. From what position do we speak? What is our situation with respect to our fields of study? How do we redefine our approaches and theoretical tools? What dialogues do we maintain with the tools of intellectuals from different countries? The border conceived as subject and method is the interdisciplinary, epistemic frame that has enabled us to study certain practices and methodological issues, while also redefining paradigms and concepts.