Announcing projectVOX PLACE zine editor Denise Kwan

For the final projectVOX zine, artist, lecturer and researcher Denise Kwan takes on the role of editor and sets a new provocation on PLACE. Denise asks Camden to explore place, both real and imagined, movement and belonging.

What is this land I walk upon? How does it move beneath my feet? 

To respond to Denise’s questions: What is this land I walk upon? How does it move beneath my feet? you can take part in a projectVOX workshop, meet with projectVOX writer in residence and submit your own response for a chance to be featured in the projectVOX zine.

Next workshops:

Regent's Park Estate - 16th August

Bourne Estate - 23rd August

Queen's Crescent Library - 29th August

Share your response online

Send your own written response which may be from one sentence in length to 400 words by Monday 2nd September to: hello@quietdownthere.co.uk

Take part online and tweet your response in 280 characters with #projectVOX@QuietDownThere@LoveCamden

Denise Kwan

'Denise Kwan is an artist, lecturer and researcher. She is interested in the role of material culture and art in the lives of migrant women. Following this, she is currently a PhD researcher at the University of Westminster where she uses socially engaged art practice and material culture to explore the lives of British Chinese women. Denise is interested in the ways that seldom heard voices of British Chinese women can creatively emanate from socially engaged practice and the material worlds which surroundsus. 

As a lecturer, she has taught in UK and European institutions including Wimbledon College of Arts UAL, University of Wales Trinity Saint David and Copenhagen Art School. Previous Denise worked on the curatorial department at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and has written for art magazines including Art Review, thisistomorrow and CCQ Magazine. She has presented her research at conferences such as ‘Language Acts and Worldmaking’, London, ’Embodied Encounters’ at Senate House and ‘Bridging Borders,Creating Spaces’ at University of Westminster.'

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