One of the many human experiences is to migrate. Throughout history, all countries have experienced a period of migration, some as ejectors and others as receivers. Some of us migrate to escape war, famine, environmental disasters or simply because we cannot find ourselves in our place of origin.
The obstacles encountered in this long journey are not only cultural and psychological but also physical. More and more we see a world of walls, fences, blockades that prevent the free passage of people. This is does not happen to capital. Capital is free to come and go in any country.
But no matter how, we will always find ways to penetrate these futile barriers. “Exhaustion Breeds Distance” tries to make a critical comment to this aberrant idea of protection, this construction of physical obstacles to prevent humans from entering other countries.