‘Paris Logement’ explores links between urban regeneration, architecture,
film, photography, memory and young peoples access to housing in the
19th arrondissement, Paris, France. Films and photographs taken by residents
exploring these issues will be screened and discussed during the seminar.
The event is part of the ongoing project, Paris 19: Mobility, Memory & Migration
Photography and film have been utilised to explore how collective memories
could become socially embedded in architectural and spatial frameworks.
Creating productive experiences that activate new oral/visual discourse
about spatial division, social conflict/cohesion, assimilation, integration,
citizenship and migration in contemporary French society.
Paris 19: Mobility, Memory & Migration is collaboration between Abbas
Nokhasteh (Openvizor), Dr. Moustafa Traoré (An Open Eye), David
Kendall (CUCR, Goldsmiths, University of London), Bakary Sakho (BGA)
and filmmaker Andrés Borda-González.
This is a free event: 07 rue Mathis, 75019 Paris, France, 7 - 9pm
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