I am extremely happy to announce that I will spend a month in Copenhagen from mid-April to mid-May as part of a residency organised by Culture@Work.
The Culture@Work Project aims to develop an international platform for the circulation of artistic work and for the collaborative training of professionals in the cultural sector. It is coordinated by the Lisbon Consortium - Catholic University of Portugal, and includes the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies at the University of Copenhagen and MACBA - Barcelona Museum for Contemporary Art in its networks.
Needless to say I feel very proud to have been selected.
During my residency in Copenhagen, I will explore the “City in Translation”, taking languages and the city's public space as a starting point to explore how the process of translation happens and how people interact with the languages in their city. Throughout my residency, I will go on a hunt for stories behind these words and languages.
I will also go to Barcelona on 24-25 April to talk about the work I'll do during my residency at the Circulating Critical Practices workshop .
I am looking forward to this new challenge and will share my experience as usual here and on social media.