Tel Aviv, Israel
Research-creation project and exhibition
Segalo, Puleng, Einat Manoff, and Michelle Fine. 2015. “Working With Embroideries and Counter-Maps: Engaging Memory and Imagination Within Decolonizing Frameworks”. Journal of Social and Political Psychology 3 (1), 342-64. https://doi.org/10.5964/jspp.v3i1.145. Journal of Social and Political Psychology.
Counter-Mapping Return is a community-based mapping project which uses counter-mapping as a participatory research-creation activity. Participants worked through imagining future possibilities of conflict resolution and social justice, using the village of Mitska as a touchstone for larger political and social concerns in Israeli-Palestinian relations.