6- Build in the spaces of the imagination

If I think about my practice, I would say that I am an architect and spatial designer, curator of events and exhibitions, involved in the scenographic art practice. I understand the scenography as architectural experimentation. My goal is to create spaces and situations to have emotional and intellectual experiences, stimulating a sensory journey. All this…

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5- Respect for the humanity

After being with Temi Odumosu we went to visit Superkilen, a park designed by BIG architects, Topotek1 (a landscape firm) and Superflex. This park is an example for architects and landscapers, which consists of different parts and it is designed to integrate all the cultures of the people who live around. More than fifty nationalities…

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4- Empowered women

Temi Odumosu is a great art historian we met in Copenhagen on Monday 10th. She researches on the representation of African people, visual politics of colonialism and slavery, as well as archives. Nowadays thanks to technology and networks, it’s easier to access archives that are being digitized, but we must be careful about how the…

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3- The museum as refugee camp

On September 6 we traveled to Malmö. There we met Cecilia Widenheim, director of the Konstmuseum in Malmö. Since 1973 it has had a permanent collection. This museum was transformed into a refugee camp for a brief period of time (1945) at the end of World War II, welcoming men and women who came from…

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2- Immigrants in Sweden

A person I find interesting to know is the architect and professor at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm Alessandro Petti. He teaches a course in Architecture and Social Justice: Permanent Temporality,  researches and performs architecture and art related to Palestine. In 2007, he co-founded together with Sandi Hilal and Eyal Wizman Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency…

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