El lugar que habito [The Place I Inhabit] represents a visual essay that aims to explore the controversies experienced by migrant women within the context of Barcelona. It criticizes the invisibilization of migrant’s agency in the making of cultural heritage as well as women’s segregation to the private realm and caring tasks, by affirming “the outsiders” sense of belonging to public space and their active participation to it.
These contrasts will be explored through different levels of perception and observation, supported by a soundscape of diverse voices that will empathetically guide the spectator throughout the multidimensional journey between public and private space.
Co-finances with funds from the Creative Europe Program and the project A-PLACE. Linking places through networked artistic practices.