HOME IN PROGRESS:  Designing Systems of Collective Care for Migrant Communities through Food and Multi-Sensory Experiences

Seona Joung, as a first-generation immigrant, has often dwelled in the in-between spaces between two geographies and cultures. Her thesis, Home in Progress: Designing Systems of Collective Care for Migrant Communities through Food and Multi-Sensory Experience, questions how design constructs and narrates…

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Seona Joung, as a first-generation immigrant, has often dwelled in the in-between spaces between two geographies and cultures. Her thesis, Home in Progress: Designing Systems of Collective Care for Migrant Communities through Food and Multi-Sensory Experience, questions how design constructs and narrates a new relationship between people and multiple locations and thus serves as an ideal site to interrogate how immigrants relate themselves to the place of origin and the place of residence. Looking at the consequences of what migration does to the family relationship and social structure that influence our identity and health, her design offers multilocal strategies that leverage sensory experiences, specifically triggered by food preparation and consuming.

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