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KELUM PALIPANE

University of Melbourne

SAY IT LOUD - Naarm Melbourne Exhibitor​
MELBOURNE/AUSTRALIA Designer

KELUM PALIPANE

Bio:

Dr Palipane is a Lecturer at the University of Melbourne. Her doctoral research at the University of Melbourne involved developing a design framework that would help retain and foster the diverse place-making practices of multicultural communities in neighbourhood regeneration. More recently, focussing on minority and subaltern occupations of space, investigating how multimodal mapping and creative ethnographic methods can inform design in demographically complex urban conditions.

Featured Project Name: 

sitio y lengua: Footscray

Featured Project Location: 

Footscray, Melbourne

Featured Project Completion Date: 

N/A

Role in Featured Project: 

author

Featured Project Description:

SITIO Y LENGUA presents multimodal mappings of Footscray showing how placemaking practices by new immigrants are unconsciously enacted through cultural practices and habits of citizenry from elsewhere. Chicana feminist Emma Perez’s concept of sitio y lengua; translated as ‘space and language,’ is a space of multiple sensory presences, generated by unprogrammed social behaviours. These practices are counter-hegemonic, allowing groups to ‘live inside with difference’(Perez, 1999).

 

Photography Credit:

Kelum Palipane