Research

Grand Tour Europa: Explorers, tourists, refugees, global shoppers, exiles, migrants, stateless persons and other adventurers, what do they have in common?

Grand Tour Europa is a research project that started in the context of a residency period at the Jan van Eyck Institute in Maastricht (NL). Tourists at the Acropolis, 2016   The Acropolis and its surrounding Archeological Sites, the heart

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Grand Tour Europa: Explorers, tourists, refugees, global shoppers, exiles, migrants, stateless persons and other adventurers, what do they have in common?

Grand Tour Europa is a research project that started in the context of a residency period at the Jan van Eyck Institute in Maastricht (NL). Tourists at the Acropolis, 2016   The Acropolis and its surrounding Archeological Sites, the heart

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Transgression/Transition: an exploration of the Senne and its surroundings

-One of the two sources of the Senne, Naast (Soignies), 2015- -The Senne in the surroundings of Steenkerque, 2015   Transgression/Transition, an exploration of the Senne and its surroundings is an ongoing research project on the Belgian Senne river. The

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Transgression/Transition: an exploration of the Senne and its surroundings

-One of the two sources of the Senne, Naast (Soignies), 2015- -The Senne in the surroundings of Steenkerque, 2015   Transgression/Transition, an exploration of the Senne and its surroundings is an ongoing research project on the Belgian Senne river. The

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Ambivalent Marseille: immigration and urban strategies

Ambivalent Marseille: immigration and urban strategies researched the twentieth century spatial history and appearance of immigration in Marseille. Analyzing subjects within the context of colonization, the Second World War and decolonization, the research shows that Marseille increased to develop an

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Ambivalent Marseille: immigration and urban strategies

Ambivalent Marseille: immigration and urban strategies researched the twentieth century spatial history and appearance of immigration in Marseille. Analyzing subjects within the context of colonization, the Second World War and decolonization, the research shows that Marseille increased to develop an

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