A free, informal workshop on making and curating work about immigration and creating pieces with immigrant communities.
Starting from the practice of There There, the workshop will explore different methods, challenges, and ethical issues of migration-focused or participatory work in the UK, Denmark, and beyond.
The workshop is aimed at artists, curators, producers, and anyone else making or programming migration-focused art of any form.
There There is a 50% Romanian, 50% Serbian performance company, founded in London by Dana Olărescu and Bojana Janković.
Their work interrogates immigrant and national identities, and uses participation to encourage inclusive, alternative debates on immigration. Audience development is an essential part of their creative practice: they make installations and performances which address, involve and make room for members of immigrant communities in cultural and public spaces.
There There have presented work across the UK and internationally, and developed pieces for major institutions including the Museum of London and Tate Modern / Tate Exchange.
During their residency at CAMP, There There will be developing a participatory installation, and running a workshop on making work with and for immigrant audiences.