Loreleï Regamey is a searcher and needle-worker. They are currently part of the MA program CCC RP at HEAD – Genève. Interested in counter-narratives and feminist methodologies, their current research on needlework is focused on the transmission of oral and margins stories, and question the power relations at work in traditional archives as well as the methodological approach of the object resulting of such practices and its role in the research.
Means of re/membering
Taking the form of a poetic and theoretical experiment, Loreleï Regamey′s thesis seeks to bring together the various voices that have accompanied her in the course of her long-term research on the…
Other Monuments Should Stay: Resistance in Squats and Counter-Cultural Spaces in Geneva
By Vanessa Cimorelli, Joséphine Devaud, Daniela Gutiérrez-González, Lorelei Regamey and Mikhail Rojkov
For 25 years, Geneva benefited from a squat scene that was rich and crucial, both socially and culturally. The squats were occupied under various legal arrangements, defying real-estate speculation. The authors of…