CAMP is proud to present a solo exhibition by one of Vietnam’s most respected artists, Tiffany Chung. The exhibition from the mountains to the valleys, from the deserts to the seas: journeys of historical uncertainty presents a series of recent and new works made especially for CAMP, which explore the many causes and effects of displacement and helps us understand the current refugee crisis.
This is the first time that Chung, who is currently featured in the Venice Biennale and has refugee experience herself, is showing her work in Denmark.
Opening Program /
Welcome by CAMP’s directors
Artist talk by Tiffany Chung
Haifaa Awad (physician, debater, activist, writer) reads from her books A Physician’s Diary from Syria (2013) and I no longer recognize my Denmark (2015) about her two stays as a volunteering physician in Syria, and discusses what the Syrians are fleeing from
Nagieb Khaja (reporter, filmmaker) shows a clip from his film The Forgotten Families of War (2014) that portrays an internally displaced family in Afghanistan
Exhibition viewing and soup kitchen
Concert with the drum orchestra Tamala that plays drum music from West Africa
Bar & Dancing w/ DJ Kipanga