Daniel González – “Mi Casa Tu Casa”

Mi Casa Tu Casa, 2018, courtesy Studio Daniel González (2)

Thursday, June 14, 2018 will be presented the site-specific architecture, titled Mi Casa Tu Casa, by Daniel González, as a collateral event of Manifesta 12 in Palermo organized by Fondazione Volume! and Mondello Italo Belga.
Installed in the garden of the Mondello Palace Hotel, the ephemeral architecture Mi Casa Tu Casa is a house where the private objects of a Sicilian family become the structure of the house itself, eliminating the boundaries between private and public. “Mi Casa Tu Casa” is a project that changes the relationship between local culture and immigrant cultures, between inside and outside and comes from a profound reflection on the concept of hospitality towards the Other, the Diverse, in centuries of migration in the city of Palermo.


Starts: 14 June 2018
Ends: 4 November 2018


Mondello Hotel Palace
Viale Principe di Scalea
90151 Palermo


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