This project is an exploration into an alternative form of cosmopolitanism, using a theory developed by Rosi Braidotti: becoming- world. In her concept she makes use of post-colonial and feminist theories to analyse one’s position and reject Eurocentric universalism. With the use of relational aesthetics and dialogical aesthetics I have tried to expand the discourse of becoming- world from its current academic context into society. Relational aesthetics is ‘a form of art that takes as its theoretical horizon the sphere of human interactions and its social context’ (Bourriaud 1998: 14). Kester expands on this theory with his concept of dialogical aesthetics which is based on the possibility of a dialogical relationship that breaks down the conventional distinction between artist, artwork and audience - a relationship that allows the viewer to “speak back” to the artist in certain ways, and in which this reply becomes in effect a part of the “work” itself (Kester 2004). I have immersed myself in the dialogical art practice by starting a conversation with people based on three aspects of becoming-world: being a world citizen, rejection of Eurocentrism and the use of “politics of location”. Through the medium of clay, I have experimented with different forms of documenting a dialogue, resulting in a new work. Click here to read the research paper.