A place to offer commentary, start interactions and begin debates with our collections and users.
Podcast: That Feels Like Home
That Feels Like Home uses MoDA’s collections to build new stories that connect museum objects to contemporary topical issues. The podcast brings together academics, students, creative practitioners and researchers who engage with the museum’s collections in different ways.
Our first series explores the meaning of ‘home’ and problematizes its meanings in the context of the collections. Each episode explores MoDA’s collections in imaginative ways to bring new insights and argue for the relevance of the museum’s collections to debates today.
That Feels Like Home builds new stories around MoDA’s collections to explore what home means to us.
Ana Baeza, MoDA's Curator, discusses with Jill Stewart (Middlesex University) and Alina Tiits (Museum of Brands) how museums are using their collections for reminiscing, especially to work with people living with dementia.
Ana Baeza, MoDA's curator, discusses with Dr Magali Peyrefittte (Brunel University) how suburban north London is being transformed along with residents' notions of ‘home’.
Ana Baeza, MoDA's Curator, talks with Nicky Lambert (Middlesex University) and Paula Chambers (Leeds Art University) about how homes can be as places of discomfort as well as of safety.
Ana Baeza, MoDA's Curator, talks with three textile practitioners about their work with natural dyes, inspired by MoDA's collections. They discuss issues of sustainability and environmental activism.
Ana Baeza talks to Josie Barnard (Middlesex University) about practices of writing, in the home and elsewhere
Perspectives on the collections
In this space, we open up the collections to questions and critique, and examine selected museum objects and relevant themes in their cultural, social and historical contexts.
This resource explores how gender has been constructed through popular images, using fashion magazines, catalogues, books and ephemera.
A one-day conference for student nurses and health practitioners, Middlesex University, Hendon, Monday 10th February, 2020