Inspired by the Austrian philosopher Otto Neurath’s statement from the 1920s, Words divide, pictures unite, and his vision to democratize communication through creating a common visual language, we investigate how visuality can brigde the gaps between people with different cultural and social backgrounds.
KVA(M) NO is a artistic research project where the goal was to develop new forms of identity programs for places, by using the resources of the place, taking the challenges seriously and with emphasis on democracy. Research fellow project in the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme, completed in 2011.
CCFT – Creative Centre for Fluid Territories: People, Places, Processes
The impermanent and shifting impact of globalisation, economic division and migratory encounters across territories along with the impact of post-industrial legacy is increasingly reshaping the understanding of space and place as a location of meaning and identity construction. CCFT will deliver a three-year international research programme through interwoven, overlapping and interrelated meetings, investigations and dissemination points in four cases for study designated as “Nomadic Dialogues".