03 October 2009

Plurality makes the difference

I intend to work in Rosengård, a site with great (under-appreciated) potential. Its strong point is the diversity that it offers when it comes to human landscapes and stories, which could be a source of endless exchange with the Swedish context.

Today Rosengård is a question mark on the map. A kind of empty quarter.
However, by reinforcing the local identity, we also reinforce the "Swedishness" in it, and activate the intercultural exchange between the local and the universal.

How can we transform Rosengård from an area of exclusion into an area of inclusion?

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