HOMInG interview with prof. Mirjana Lozanovska (Deakin University, Melbourne)
Conducted by Paolo Boccagni and Bernardo Armanni
“Many people are embedded in ideas of spatial nesting scales, especially in geography and architecture. Migration cuts through that, because of the relational dimension – I could be closer to someone overseas than to my neighbour. Migration has a very vibrant uprooting of the distance between spatial and relational, and provides innovative ways to reconsider the home. Migrants are both desperately seeking a home, and yet that desire is fraught with a sense of loss and perhaps also an obsession to have a home”.