The installation I want to make for the biennale will consist of two pavillions connected by an inprovised open place. One pavillion will be made out of aluminium, glass and plexiglass with a wooden frame supporting it, on the ouside partially extended by an inproviced addition of recyvcled materials. The pavillion slightly resembling a spacelander has a dark interior with colored windows and filtered light and sound coming in from the outside. The simple furniture and earth on the floor and a sacred, almost melancholic athmosphere recalls the memories of the millions of migrant-workers in Shenzhen of there small villages where they came from. Because the migrantworkers is something I would like to shine a light on. These millions of workers, how can we let them feel at home. Can cityplanning perhaps learn something from the intimacy and the slowly evolving countryside and their villages? These workers and there talents and dreams will play a prominent role in Voerman’s installation and they will be involved in the installation with workshops, performances and presentations. The other pavillion will consist of a workspace lit with tubelight. The interior space partially pierced by wooden shafts and the walls partially cut and extended by a parasite architecture of wood, cardboard and colored glass. The line between private and public, between work and life, between formal and informal will become indistinct. This part will also plead for an other mentality regarding urban planning. A large part of the buildingproces will be deternined by the local context and the whole installation will be an attempt, a sketch and yes, also a collage..