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Shanghai World Expo: Chinese People and Queues

Shanghai World Expo: Chinese People and Queues

This post is the first of a series about my visit to the Shanghai World Expo 2010. I will start with a description of the crowd present at the Expo, more than 300 000 people per day! The pavilions and their exhibitions were only one aspect of the Expo; it was also a meeting place, Continue reading Shanghai World Expo: Chinese People and Queues

Welcome to My Place: Philosophical Paper on the Appropriation of Space

Part of: In this paper, I will analyse some of the videos that were made for the Welcome to My Place project – a collective video resource that started in February 2010, where people can share the places that matter to them. After viewing the videos and doing some researches, I would like to suggest Continue reading Welcome to My Place: Philosophical Paper on the Appropriation of Space

Welcome to Finsbury Park

Part of: The Welcome to Finsbury Park project was co-organised with the Transition Finsbury Park association to engage the London N4 local communities with their neighbourhood. It consisted in a two-month field investigation using videos, and concluded in March 2010 with a workshop and the co-creation of subjective maps (these two activities are documented in Continue reading Welcome to Finsbury Park