CAMP is closed during the Easter break from April 10-18. CAMP will still be open on Saturday April 15, 2-5 pm.
If you missed the debate meeting Are human rights being violated in Denmark’s new asylum institutions?, organized by CAMP and Trampoline House last month, you can listen to a broadcast of it here. We will follow up on the conclusions and look into the possibilities of producing a formal complaint to the Danish Ombudsmand.
For those of you who didn't have a chance to attend the opening of CAMP's current exhibition We shout and shout, but no one listens: Art from conflict zones and its accompanying discussion event War images: How to show that black lives matter, you can listen to a reportage from both events produced by The Bridge Radio.
University of Oxford's "Border Criminologies" blog has posted about CAMP and our past and current exhibitions. Happy reading!
A warm welcome to a screening of artist Oliver Ressler’s new films Emergency Turned Upside-Down (2016) and There Are No Syrian Refugees In Turkey (2016) in Trampoline House’s exhibition space CAMP / Center for Art on Migration Politics.
The screenings will be followed by a presentation on migrant domestic labor in Sweden by researcher Samira Ariadad and former directors of Konsthall C in Stockholm, Jenny Richards and Jens Strandberg.