AHDR/Home for Cooperation, Cyprus
Nihal Soganci is currently doing her PhD in Social Anthropology at the Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences in Athens. Her research and work focus on interdisciplinary practices that combine anthropological approaches with contemporary artistic practices. In February 2022, she has published a book chapter called Memories, stories and material traces: Exploring displacement through collaging and participatory art installation. She holds an MSc in International Public Policy from UCL and BA in Languages and Translation from the University of Surrey, UK. She has published and presented her work in various symposiums and conferences and organised collage workshops.
Relating to the SPACEX Project, she is interested in visiting the Royal College of Art in London focusing on how training and education in art and culture can respond to conflict through audience participation and co-production, looking into how it can provide the space to reflect and develop new understandings and methodologies.
Royal College of Art, UK – October 2022