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Exhibition in Lund: Liminal Urban Dwelling

Exhibition: Liminal Urban Dwelling

Liminal Urban Dwelling captures Mumbai’s most significant resettlement program and exemplifies the racialized housing forms for the poor population in the urban zones that are deemed unfit for human habitation.

The exhibition comprises ten photographs, as seen and suggested by the community, that captures photographic representation of everyday encounters of environment, space, architecture, infrastructure, and certain aspects of people’s dwelling experiences.

Liminal Urban Dwelling is an ongoing exhibition that started 18th of March, 2022, that is on site at School of Social Work, Lund, and is free of charge.

The exhibition will be of interest for scholars, students, and practitioners of urban policy, poverty and housing studies, urban sociology and anthropology.

Please read details here,

For more information contact the curator Rishi Jha, rishi [dot] jha [at] soch [dot] lu [dot] se.

The Imaging Inequality Project

Rishi Jha is amongst the six finalists of the Imaging Inequality Project, a call from the Global Research Programme on Inequality by University of Bergen. The project will soon to be available online for wider outreach.

Read more abot the project here.