Move to the 1970s Drottninghög. Sit down in the furniture, experience the gadgets and the atmosphere of the time. Experience theater, dance and music performances in the small format but which with digital technology reaches many. Think about why Sweden started the million program, what problems needed to be solved then and what can we learn from it today? The project takes the cultural heritage as a starting point for reflecting on Sweden then and now and on reuse and recycling as part of building the sustainable society of the future.
The work of recreating an apartment on Drottninghög to the 1970s takes place in a process where the participation of nearby residents is in focus. Through the process, knowledge about the local history and cultural heritage increases. More knowledge about the place increases anchorage and strengthens belonging and self-esteem.
The apartment will be a place where different cultural forms of expression create exciting meetings with a long range.
We test a process where the nearby residents together with process leaders decorate, design and fill the apartment with content. A truly democratic project group. Participation and anchoring are key words. The cultural administration through Helsingborgs museum and Dunkers kulturhus processes processes together with Helsingborgshem, Helsingborgs stadsteater and Stadsledningsförvaltningen.