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MFA ID ROUNDTABLE: (In)Dangered Domesticity - Shared screen with speaker view
Madina Masimova
14:31
Hello!
Michele Gorman
30:18
Thank you Harriet!
Maria Alejandra Linares Trelles
30:26
Thank you!
Madina Masimova
30:43
Thanks Harriet!
Dagmar Richter
30:45
Thank you Harriet!
Mark Rakatansky
31:39
Many thanks Harriet
Murad Sayf
53:38
Can we please get access to the lecture’s recording?
Michele Gorman
53:53
Yes, will be sharing tomorrow
Murad Sayf
54:06
Thank you
Mark Rakatansky
54:51
Thank so much Naomi and Benjamin.
Tanya Flores
57:41
10/10, what a wonderful way to walk someone through your space. Great job!
Jeesoo Park
01:04:12
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Madina Masimova
01:04:27
Amazing work!
Robert Kirkbride
01:04:30
Wonderful presentation, Jenna, brava!
Yoni Bonsai
01:04:59
Wonderful!
Jenna Koss
01:05:54
thank you all!
Jonsara Ruth
01:14:26
Impressive presentations, Monica and Jenna. Congratulations!
Jeesoo Park
01:16:36
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Michele Gorman
01:16:55
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1GPpeXkYBShoisXYYQ0JRePpOh_9ZBE6Z?usp=sharing
Yasmina Huckins
01:17:22
Incredible presentations Jenna and Monica! And thank you for sharing these resources
Bingxin Yu
01:17:28
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Robert Kirkbride
01:17:32
So wonderful Monica!
Madina Masimova
01:17:36
Great work!
Nadia Elrokhsy
01:18:12
Well done! Beautifully thoughtful work.
Yoni Bonsai
01:18:20
Beautiful! Congrats
Johanne Woodcock
01:20:06
Thank you all for sharing this important work.
Madina Masimova
01:22:26
I feel using kitchen as a central point and bringing interaction around it encourages collaboration and unique experience within a family
Monica Perez Ku
01:25:19
Link to readingshttps://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1GPpeXkYBShoisXYYQ0JRePpOh_9ZBE6Z?usp=sharing
Monica Perez Ku
01:26:09
Thank you very much for all your comments! Jenna and I appreciate you taking the time to listen to our progress and ideas.
Ghizlaine Mallek
01:26:20
@jenna - love the direction you are going in! an interesting reference to look at might be how courtyards have been used as gendered spaces in other cultures, for example, in pre-colonial Algeria, the courtyard and terrace was explicitly a space for women to do domestic work in a culture where they could not claim public space
Nadia Elrokhsy
01:28:50
@G. Absolutely. And other examples where the roofscape was the β€œsafe” space for women to freely be…
Robert Kirkbride
01:32:20
Talismans/totems
Sam Bennett - She/Her/Hers
01:35:37
I have to run, but thank you so much for these meaningful projects and conversation.
Jeesoo Park
01:36:11
To me, an object that empowers is something that can log/capture the optimism in the present, and promising the moment of recall in the future, because objects make you travel in time ✨
Robert Kirkbride
01:38:11
May an object also be a surface? A mural? Maybe a doorbell, but also gravel surface that announces arrival in a softer, less jarring way?
Robert Kirkbride
01:45:27
My apologies that I must go! Thank you so much to our guests for joining today. And thank you Monica and Jenna for sharing your beautiful and uplifting projects and moderating such a poignant conversation.
Michele Gorman
01:47:07
Thank you Naomi House, Dr. Benjamin Koslowski, Dr. Harriet Harriss, Jenna Koss, and Monica Perez Ku!
Jacqueline Carmichael
01:47:46
THANKS FOR THE INVITAITON! GREAT PRESENTATIONS!
Ghizlaine Mallek
01:47:48
fantastic discussion - thank you all!
Yasmina Huckins
01:47:49
Thank you so much for this inspirational and thought provoking conversation
Nadia Elrokhsy
01:47:52
Thank you! All. Great conversation.
Madina Masimova
01:48:02
Thank you!
Maria Alejandra Linares Trelles
01:48:05
Thank you so much! This has been amazing and insightful
Jeesoo Park
01:48:19
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Shifra Fein
01:48:30
Thank you!
Madina Masimova
01:48:38
Thanks!