‘Space of Refuge’ is a spatial installation directly addressing issues of inhabitation within Palestinian refugee camps in different host countries. It does so by illustrating the various modes of spatial production and subsequent evolution of Palestinian refugee camps, with particular focus upon unofficial acts of “spatial violation” that have emerged because of the increasingly protracted nature of the refugee situation.
Maqusi, S. (2017). ‘Space of Refuge’: Negotiating Space with Refugees Inside the Palestinian Camp. Humanities, 6(3), 60. https://doi.org/10.3390/h6030060