Words of recognition from art historian Mikkel Bolt in Weekendavisen, Dec. 2 (our translation):

"MIKKEL BOLT still see opportunities for contemporary art to serve as a critical body. It can function as a kind of substitute public, where it is possible to debate subjects that are not discussed in the public debate.

An example of such an alternative public is the migration political exhibition space CAMP in the independent refugee community center Trampoline House.

'CAMP is an attempt to take the art institution somewhere else: When you walk into the exhibition space, you first have to go through a community center for asylum seekers and refugees. So that's an example that the space of art can still be used to address political problematics that are difficult to find elsewhere in a racist Denmark.'"