Honey Jones-Hughes

The UFO Restaurant, The Euromast, De Rotterdam and Urban Residences


Investigating the ways in which contemporary cities – particularly Rotterdam – produce subjectivity through forces of privatisation, management and gentrification, and explores the implication of artists in these processes. Working with conversation, text and documentary video.


Thank you to those who have participated in this work, taken the time to talk about this research, or whose thoughts and words have stayed with me:

Mirela Atanassova, Josephine Baan, Liesbeth Bik, Annabelle Binnerts, Hugo Bongers, Kate Briggs, Jake Caleb, Sabine Cockrill, Teddy Coste, Florian Cramer, Raluca Croitoru, Camilla Crosta, Petter Dahlstron-Persson, Pilar Mata Dupont, Jānis Dzirnieks, Dieuwke Eggink, Angelica Falkeling, Dan Fogarty, Jakob Forster, Amelia Guzek, Marieke Haandrikman, Tracy Hanna, Nathalie Hartjes, Josje Hattink, Olga Hohmann, Marta Hryniuk, Zoraïma Hupkes, Lili Huston-Herterich, Jacco Jansen, Steffan Jones-Hughes, Jamie Kane, Merve Kilicer, Honey Kraiwee, Bernd Krauß, Anna Luczak, Stad in de Maak, Katherine MacBride, Matheline Marmy, Jeanette Orrell, Josie Perry, Anni Puolakka, Collette Rayner, Vivian Sky Rehberg, Daphne Simons, Melle Smets, Mike Sperlinger, Carla Spruit, Nick Thomas, Ieke Trinks, Berglind Tryggvadóttir, Daniel Tuomey, Kamiel Verschuren, Jan Verwoert, Nina Wakeford, Pascal Walhof, Wolphaert1555, Alan Whitfield, Katarina Zdelar, and Kari Robertson.

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