„(A)I, Border" is an project that explores the artificiality of borders and their impact on society. The project involves creating cyanotype prints of AI-generated borders that don't exist in reality. The AI is prompted with "a perfect border," yet the resulting images are often filled with glitches, showcasing the futility of how borders are made and the challenge of defining a "perfect" border. The cyanotype printing process, historically used for blueprints and map making, highlights the fluid nature of borders and their dependence on external factors.
The project aims to confront border politics and the perception of borders in society, and to highlight the humanitarian issues that arise from border policies. The prints serve as a visual research that questions the very existence of borders and their impact on the world. Through this project, we aim to challenge the notion that even AI generators know what a perfect border should look like, ultimately demonstrating the limitations and fallacies of border creation.