Premiering during Futureless, the Constitution of the Autonomous Republic Xena-Maria is an ongoing series of watercolor paintings on original migration documents collected over the past seven years by Kulikovska from various countries. The documents detail the artist's bureaucratic trail of migration; applying for visas, residence permits, registration as an IDP from Crimea after its annexation as well as multiple refusal letters. The works are part of the research process for a fictional book currently being written by Kulikovska on her alter-ego "Xena from the forbidden land." For the artist, her home in the occupied Crimea represents a forbidden land, unenterable because of military repression and socially-constructed borders. By imaginatively using the very documents that represent her marginalization as an IDP (internally displaced person) as source material, Kulikovska searches beyond these forms of state oppression. She contemplates her own future as an exiled feminist artist, while asking the viewer to reflect on how borders, conflict, and the nation-state are affecting women worldwide, and whether they may be one day abolished.