Subjective geography is a project somewhere between an artistic and a geographical production. A subjective map reflects a group of people’s vision of a territory. It is therefore not based on real data but on the subjective impressions of the inhabitants, including memories, beliefs, the history of places and assumptions.
© Image: Catherine Jourdan, Pierre Cahurel & Sylvestre Beucher
During the Designers Market, Catherine Jourdan invites to the free workshop Portrait géopoétique de la ville, intended for children and adults and without registration, takes place in the museum’s Grand Hall. The public is invited to create a very personal portrait of the city. The geographical and poetic map, can be taken home by the participants.
Subjective map of Luxembourg City
Map price 5€
Available at Mudam Boutique
Portrait géopoétique de la ville
Workshop for everybody, no booking required
Dates May 19 and 20, 2012, 11 am – 6 pm
3, Park Dräi Eechelen