Borderlanders is an independent documentary film following a nine day motorcycle ride along the Texas/Mexico border taken by Austin musican, Aimee Bobruk. Each day chornicles interviews with borderlanders sharing their views of what life is like along the border. This is Bobruk's first film and features original music inspired by the trip.Read More
Bobruk Selected as the 13th Annual Marguerite & Lamar Smith Writing Fellow at Columbus State University in Georgia at the Carson McCullers Center for Writers & Musicians.
Fellows are invited to live for three months in McCullers' childhood home and write on their current projects. Aimee will be completing the writing of an EP inspired by Carson's works.
The Center is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Carson McCullers, the southern gothic author who wrote The Heart is a Lonely Hunter and The Member of the Wedding.
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On March 1, 2018 musician and songwriter Aimee Bobruk will ride her motorcycle along the Texas/Mexico border on a 1,254-mile, nine-day journey. Each day will be documented through film, sound recordings, photography, and interviews. These assets will be used in partnership with local border artists to create multi-disciplinary artworks. The project will culminate with a documentary film, an online archive of the collected digital media, and an event(s) featuring the border artists and the multi-disciplinary artworks in Austin, Texas, in 2018--and, with your help, beyond.
"What If" an electronic collaboration between Leif Jordansson and Aimee Bobruk is released by Playground Publishing ScandinaviaRead More
Interview on "Women in Music with Gfire" with Aimee Bobruk, discussing The Texas Border Project, Songwriting, and Upcoming EP'sRead More