HOME ECONOMICS / CrisisRus
laptopsRus (Maite Cajaraville, Shu Lea Cheang & Lucía Egaña Rojas)
February, 25,26 & 27 at 4pm
Home Economics, a crisisRus/laptopsRus project, revisits the floor plan of any given home to expand on the notion of home as micro-political space and a networked node. Taking up home management as a field of study to include the home-seeking refugees who struggle to make homes in new lands, the mobile generation who takes up domestic and networked spaces to consider collective living and the home-renewal movements that modify ways of production and consumption in our daily cycle and recycle.
Day 1/ Making Home - home with the refugees
Seeking 'confort zone' for living side by side at 'home' with newly arrived refugees.
Day 2/ Home away from home - home with networkers
Investigating networked way of living to devise the economy and domestic life strategies.
Day 3/ Home made home - home with tool kits
examining re-use strategies and object exploitation in domestic contexts.
LaptopsRus/CrisisRus organized by Maite Cajaraville, Shu Lea Cheang & Lucía Egaña Rojas
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