“Human Shelter” a global cinematic journey exploring the role of the home for people facing large scale change. It is a curious quest for knowledge and a celebration of diversity asking “what do we really need, to feel at home?” We’re living in a time of great change. Megacities are growing rapidly. Displacement due to conflicts and natural catastrophes affect millions. The growth of technology is fuelling new ways of human interaction. Yet, humanity displays a strong ability to create a home with dignity even in the most difficult situations. A dwelling is transformed into a home - how does this happen? Is it possible to work long term on the passive life of architecture and choreograph the life taking place long after the architect has left the building site? - If so, how? We welcome visitors to attend screenings of Boris Benjamin Bertram’s documentary film “Human Shelter”, Jan Grarup’s extensive photo installation and take part in an interactive “What Makes a Home?” research installation.
Venue: Cantieri Navali, Castello, 40 (Calle Quintavalle),
Promoter: D.A.C. - Danish Architecture Center
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