CAMP / Center for Art on Migration Politics is a nonprofit exhibition venue for art discussing questions of displacement, migration, immigration, and asylum. The center is located in Trampoline House, an independent community center in Copenhagen’s northwest district that provides refugees and asylum seekers in Denmark with a place of support, community, and purpose. CAMP produces exhibitions on displacement and migration with renowned international artists as well as less established practitioners, prioritizing artists with refugee or migrant experience. The center works to increase insight into the life situations of displaced and migrant persons, and to discuss these in relation to the overall factors that cause displacement and migration. ❯
For the second year in a row, Roskilde Festival has invited CAMP to be an 'equality partner' and organize projects during the festival focusing on 'cultural equality.' CAMP has partnered up with the Copenhagen-based community radio, The Bridge Radio. In close collaboration with some of the homeless Africans from Folkets Park in Copenhagen, who make a living collecting empty bottles, the Bridge Radio will produce a sound installation focusing on the precarious life situation of migrant workers in Denmark.
CAMP will be closed for the summer for the summer during the month of July. From August 1–September 21, we are busy installing our new exhibition, which opens on September 22. The show focuses on migrant workers' conditions in Denmark.