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RE-DRAWING THE EXPERIENCE: ART, SCIENCE AND MIGRATORY CONDITIONS

Abstract : The project that we discuss here is entitled Cartographies traverses/Crossing Maps. Started in 2013 in Grenoble France, it developed as a collaborative work by two researchers in geography, three artists, and twelve inhabitants of Grenoble (men and women) who are or have been asylum seekers. We , Sarah Mekdjian –geographer- and Marie Moreau –artist-, will discuss the conditions of our collaboration.
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Sarah Mekdjian, Marie Moreau. RE-DRAWING THE EXPERIENCE: ART, SCIENCE AND MIGRATORY CONDITIONS. antiAtlas Journal, Institut de recherches et d’études sur le monde arabe et musulman, 2016. ⟨halshs-01445528⟩

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