CitAZen: Roots in Motion
This workshop uses ethnography research as a way to build circuits and modes of exchange between mobile identities going in the same direction. For CitAZen: Roots in Motion, the US Pavilion courtyard will serve as a borderless territory of identities in-between destinations to tackle the complex issue of how to create a system that keeps people free. Elena Rocchi, Environmental Design program coordinator at ASU The Design School, together with students designers from the Politecnico di Milano will engage transient visitors and produce self-reflection in the form of self-portrait collages in motion. Through their differences, participants will communicate using the particular precariousness of the courtyard’s open space.