We are There There, a 50% Romanian, 50% Serbian, London-based performance company.
We make performances and installations about immigrant and national identities, and use participation to encourage inclusive, alternative debates on what it’s like to be an immigrant.
Between 5-13 October, we will be in residence at CAMP / Center for Art on Migration Politics, expanding Trigger Warning, a participatory installation which contests stereotypes about Eastern European and Balkan immigrants through a collection of faire games.
We are looking for local immigrants to collaborate with and make a new version of Trigger Warning with us. Together, we will explore Eastern European and Balkan experiences of living in Denmark, the challenges and difficulties you may have encountered, and make a game that reflects all these experiences.
Participants from Eastern and Central Europe, the Balkans and the Baltic region, of all ages, professions, nationalities and immigrant backgrounds are welcome. No previous experience is necessary.
We can offer an honorarium of 120 kr per hour for your time.
We will primarily work in English but we also speak Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian and Romanian - and can incorporate any of of those languages into the workshops/event.
If interested drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org by 25th September (the sooner the better) and tell us:
• where you’re from, and how long you’ve been in Denmark
• why you want to take part
• what being an immigrant is like for you
For more information about what we do, have a look a look at our website: therethere.eu and feel free to send any questions our way.