Opening: DEPORTATION REGIME: Artistic responses to state practices and lived experience of forced removal

CAMP is proud to invite the public to the opening of our new exhibition Deportation Regime: Artistic responses to state practices and lived experience of forced removal. The exhibition opens simultaneously with the opening of Migration Politics: Three CAMP exhibitions at the SMK, a retrospective of three previous exhibitions curated by and shown in CAMP from 2015–16.

All are welcome to join both opening events from 3:30–11 pm!

2-in-1 Opening Party

Opening of Migration Politics: Three CAMP exhibitions at the SMK at SMK: National Gallery of Denmark, Copenhagen, 4–5:30 pm + opening of Deportation Regime: Artistic responses to state practices and lived experience of forced removal at CAMP, Copenhagen NV, 6–11 pm.

Opening program

3:30–4:     
Free shuttle bus from CAMP/Trampoline House to SMK: National Gallery of Denmark

4–5:30:    
Opening of Migration Politics at SMK: National Gallery of Denmark. Welcome speeches and exhibition viewing

5:30–6:    
Free shuttle bus from SMK: National Gallery of Denmark to CAMP/Trampoline House

6–6:30:     
Opening of Deportation Regime in CAMP. Welcome speeches and drinks

6:30–7:30:    
Exhibition viewing and soup kitchen

7:30–8:    
Jus Sanguinis, a performance by Daniela Ortiz (artist, Peru/Spain) questioning the prevalent legal principle ‘right of blood’ by which citizenship is determined by blood line as opposed to place of birth

8:30–11:     
Dance party w/ Panteras DJ Crew (transnational)