In HOMInG’s seminar no 17_18, last April, Olivia Sheringham and Janetka Platun gave an original account of ther participatory research on ways of home-making and feeling at home in Eastern London. Their presentation discusses the relationships between urban dwelling, migration and mobility with a particular focus on creative practice and collaboration. The speakers have drawn … Leggi tutto Olivia Sheringham and Janetka Platun @ HOMInG: Home, migration, the city and creative practice
HOMING INTERVIEW #11: Janetka Platun Conducted by Luis Eduardo Perez Murcia "Feeling connected to more than one place in my own mind is why I’m interested in exploring home as a concept as an artist. The more I explore the idea of home the more confused it becomes in my mind". Read the interview!
Last year the British Prime Minster famously said ‘ If you believe you’re a citizen of the world, you’re a citizen of nowhere’. Why is it so easy to discard what connects us all? What can be created from the rejected fragments? During a workshop these ideas were explored and discussed. Staff and students drew … Leggi tutto Olivia Sheringham and Janetka Platun: The globe as home? Urban dwelling, collaboration and the rolling story of Globe
Please join us, next Thursday (April 12) from 4 to 6, for a public screening of Globe's film 'Here Be Dragons'. Globe is a collaborative filmic and sculptural project developed by Janetka Platun and the School of Geography and Drama at Queen Mary University of London. The film explores questions of home and migration in East London. The … Leggi tutto GLOBE: A CITIZEN OF NOWHERE – A WORKSHOP WITH JANETKA PLATUN
HOMInG's seminar no 17_18 will take place next April 13 at 11am, Dpt. of Sociology. The invited speakers are Olivia Sheringham and Janetka Platun (Queen Mary, University of London). This seminar will discuss the relationships between urban dwelling, migration and mobility with a particular focus on creative practice and collaborations beyond the academy. The discussion will comprise of two key … Leggi tutto NEW SEMINAR: Exploring urban dwelling and migration through collaboration and creative practice (April 13)