Eufemia, « Les naufragés et les rescapés ». De Gênes à Nice / Eufemia, “I sommersi e i salvati”. Da Genova a Nizza

L’installation artistique Eufemia à la Darsena di Genova (2018)

Après une période de suspension liée à la propagation de la pandémie “Eufemia“, le projet du collectif artistique Milotta & Donchev trouve un nouveau lieu d’exposition à l’université de la Côte d’Azur.

L’exposition fera l’objet de nombreuses manifestations académiques et publiques, telles que des masters, des conférences sur la sociologie visuelle, des tables rondes liées à la sortie de livres sur la migration, des visites scolaires, des films-débats, etc.

L’événement de son inauguration, qui se tiendra le 22 juin à 18h30, accompagne le colloque international “Tri migratoire et expérience du blocage : Afrique, Amériques, Europe”.

L’installation, située à Université Côte d’Azur, hall de la MSHS (25 avenue François Mitterrand 06300 Nice) sera ouverte du 22 juin au 15 novembre 2021.

L’événement bénéficie du soutien de l’Université de Gênes et de l’Université Côte d’Azur. ‘Azur, l’Urmis, la Maison des sciences de l’homme et de la société Sud-Est.

Dopo un periodo di sospensione legato alla diffusione della pandemia, “Eufemia” il progetto del collettivo artistico Milotta & Donchev trova una nuova sede di esposizione presso l’Università della Costa Azzurra.
La mostra sarà al centro di numerosi eventi accademici e pubblici, come master, conferenze di sociologia visuale, tavole rotonde relative all’uscita di libri sulle migrazioni, visite scolastiche, dibattiti cinematografici, ecc.
L’evento della sua inaugurazione che si terrà il 22 giugno alle ore 18:30, accompagna le colloque international “Tri migratoire et expérience du blocage: Afrique, Amériques, Europe“.

L’installazione, collocata presso l’Université Côte d’Azur, hall de la MSHS (25 avenue François Mitterrand 06300 Nice) sarà visitabile dal 22 giugno al 15 novembre 2021.

L’evento ha il sostegno dell’Università di Genova e dell’Université Côte d’Azur, dell’Urmis, della Maison des sciences de l’homme et de la société Sud-Est

Art based research, border, borderscape, confini, Eufemia, I sommersi e i salvati, migrations, migrazioni

Shahram Khosravi. A conversation about borders with an accidental professor

Alcuni diritti riservati a NonviolentPeaceforce.org

A new “Borderlands & Solidarities” podcast episode is out! In this passage, Livio Amigoni has a conversation with Shahram Khosravi, former cab driver, professor and writer, about different topics. They start from Khosravi’s last work ‘Waiting. A project in conversation‘ going, then, after to ‘Illegal travellers: An Auto-Ethnography of Borders‘. Furhtermore they touch the issue of academia and research activity highlighting how the ‘border’ is inside it. Finally, they touch the topic of smugllers and freedom of movement in the contemporary scenario.

confini, Khosravi

A new article of Luca Queirolo Palmas on the Calais jungle is out in “Environment and Planning D; Society and Space”

The refugee makeshift settlement of Calais, globally known as the “Calais Jungle”, was dismantled in October 2016. Its existence, as a spectacle repeatedly spread by the media all over the world, was a key element in the representation of the so-called “migration crisis” in Europe. One year after the end of the camp, this article focuses on a new scenario in which dispersed settlements keep reappearing and migrants are hunted by the authorities and the police on a daily basis, observing the everyday life of the many who continue to reach this borderland in the hope of crossing to the other side, by any means and at any risk. This ethnographic and visual sociology project follows a group of young Afghans, identifying the crucial phases that structure widespread daily routines and a broad moral landscape: survival, the hunt, and the attempt to get across.

To know more about this: Palmas LQ. “Now is the real Jungle!” Institutional hunting and migrants’ survival after the eviction of the Calais camp. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. March 2021. doi:10.1177/02637758211000061

borders, borderscape, Calais, confini

Rashomon en el Sahara: historia de lo no visto. Documentary presentation

On March 30th (17: 00-19: 00), the presentation of the documentary “Rashomon en el Sahara: historia de lo no visto” will be held on the Zoom platform.

Inspired by the film, “Rashōmon” by Akira Kurosawa, in which an event is narrated from many differents points of view, the documentary tells the story of the “forgotten war” in the so-called “Spanish Sahara” (Sahara-Ifni war) through different narratives that, together, give shape to a complex image of this historical episode. An history event narrated through the voices and memories of the veterans, which shold be framed within the process of decolonization affecting the whole of Africa, between the 50s and the 70s.

The presentation will be held in Spanish language.

Participants:

  • Jose Gonzalez Morandi, director of the film (Laboratorio di Sociologia Visuale and Observatori de la Vida Cotidiana / OVQ)
  • Alberto López Bargados (University of Barcelona)
  • Francesco Correale (Équipe Monde Arabe et Méditerranée , University of Tours)

Moderator: Luca Giliberti (Laboratory of Visual Sociology. University of Genoa).

El 30 de marzo (17: 00-19: 00) en la plataforma Zoom se realizará la presentación del documental “Rashomon en el Sahara: historia de lo no visto”.

Inspirado en la película “Rashōmon” de Akira Kurosawa, en la que se narra un hecho desde diferentes puntos de vista, el documental cuenta la historia de la “guerra olvidada” (guerra Sahara-Ifni ) a través de diferentes narrativas que, en conjunto, dan forma a una imagen compleja de este episodio histórico. Un hecho histórico narrado a través de las voces y los recuerdos de los veteranos, que se enmarca dentro del proceso de descolonización que involucrò a toda África, entre los años 50 y 70.

La presentación se realizará en idioma español.

Participantes:

  • Jose Gonzalez Morandi, director de la pelicula (Laboratorio di Sociologia Visuale and Observatori de la Vida Cotidiana / OVQ)
  • Alberto López Bargados (University of Barcelona)
  • Francesco Correale (Équipe Monde Arabe et Méditerranée , University of Tours)

Here below you can find the link to join the event/Aquì, el enlace para unirse al evento:
https://zoom.us/j/96705701261?pwd=allVMGV1TVNGcDFxempPVFhvUWttdz09
Meeting ID: 967 0570 1261
Passcode: 607208

Decolonizzazione, Guerra, Sahara spagnolo, Spagna

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