HOMING INTERVIEW #53: FARHAN SAMANANI

"We make the concept of home bear so much, and then we situate it within a political system that … makes it hard to reconnect home with politics. This is the reason why there is really this urgency to investigate what it means to have a home, to be at home".

HOMING INTERVIEW #51: MIRJANA LOZANOVSKA

HOMInG interview with prof. Mirjana Lozanovska (Deakin University, Melbourne)Conducted by Paolo Boccagni and Bernardo ArmanniOctober 2020 "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 … Leggi tutto HOMING INTERVIEW #51: MIRJANA LOZANOVSKA

HOMING INTERVIEW #49: PEER SMETS

Homing interview with Peer Smets Conducted by Milena Belloni (Amsterdam, November 2019) "Having some common space is great and produces opportunities for interaction, but the idea that interaction will just emerge spontaneously is not correct. Relationships need guidance, and there are so many obstacles and misunderstandings that hinder encountering each other. For instance, when a … Leggi tutto HOMING INTERVIEW #49: PEER SMETS

HOMING INTERVIEW #47: OSCAR MOLINA AND BRENDA STEINECKE SOTO

Oscar Molina and Brenda Steinecke Soto [@casademamaicha] have a unique record in film-making on the meanings of home and house among migrants and their dear ones in the countries of origin. Their Mi Casa My Home Trilogy is a groundbreaking exploration of the lived experience of migrant homes, in presence and from a distance. Upon their visit to HOMInG in Trento, autumn … Leggi tutto HOMING INTERVIEW #47: OSCAR MOLINA AND BRENDA STEINECKE SOTO