Our world is marked by boundaries and fences. Very often they are not geographical boundaries as such; it's more a sequence of autonomous, mostly virtual zones. The German speaking parts of Belgium are an enclave that has been owned by many different governments.

With a camera, a world receiver, a cell phone and a notebook De Wulf explored this part of Belgium stuck between Germany and Luxemburg. During these walks he listened continuously to BBC World Service. Once a beacon of information for the British Empire, now it is one of the most respected news authorities in the world. De Wulf collected all kinds of information on his walks: routes, news from the BBC broadcasts, the people he encountered, cell phone providers and their reception, his fatigue,... He recorded it all on video. Starting from this huge amount of data he makes an inventory of the area and catalogues the 'unstable zones'.