My work deals with notions of place and mobility in relation to practices of cultural resistance. ‘Place-making’ is the framework of my practice; it refers to a cultural (artistic) approach to the construction of place which can enable the emergence of inclusive cartographies of socio-spatial relations. This implies confronting hegemonic ideas of socio-spatial ordering and control (based on exploitation, commodification, and exclusion), and creating new ethical-political modes of engagement with art-making which convey the multiple interrelated, processual, and unpredictable features of the production of place. My aim then is to continue exploring possible ways of envisioning and enacting pluralistic futures of belonging in/through art-making.