Garden outside Ulleråker

Until the 1990s Ulleråker was the permanent or temporary home of thousands of individuals, patients and staff. Today many of the buildings are empty, waiting for demolition or reuse. The project is funded by The Swedish National Heritage Board 2017-2019. The projects adress a number of issues related to norms, functionality, memory and materiality, e.g. how to include complex heritage in urban planning and how the memory of displaced patients and staff can be preserved in a respectful way that also makes the heritage of the site relevant to new residents.

Location: Room D4110, Stockholm University
Time: 15.00–17.00, 15th Nov 2018