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    The Asylum Dialogue Tank (ADT)

    The Asylum Dialogue Tank (ADT) The idea to establish the Trampoline House was born during a series of workshops titled the Asylum Dialogue Tank (ADT). The workshops were conceived and conducted by socially engaged artists/curators Morten Goll, Joachim Hamou, and Tone Olaf Nielsen and took place in the Danish asylum centers Kongelunden and Sandholm from January 5 – March 1, 2009. The ADT workshops Register to read more »

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    Open School East

    Open School East is a new non-fee paying art school for 13 associate artists and a communal space re-opening a former library in De Beauvoir Town, Hackney. Open School East is commissioned by the Barbican and CREATE London, and is supported by using public funding by Arts Council England. The project is also supported by Register to read more »

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    Nomadic Academy

    Nomadic Academy of Experimental Arts / Kokeellisten taiteiden nomadinen akatemia: “Territory is the map” 8 1/2 QUESTIONS ABOUT NOMADIC ACADEMY Q: What is a nomadic academy of experimental arts? A: It can be your kitchen, a memo of some kind written by shaky hands holding a
ball-point pen or a pirate garden. Helsinki Nomadic Academy of
Experimental Register to read more »

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    noa language school premieres in Amsterdam

    noa language school is an art project initiated by artist Mounira Al Solh and curator Angela Serino. noa is attempting to create a different approach to language education, starting from the experience of living (in)between two or more languages. with: Ahmet Öğüt (The Silent University), Anna Dasovic & Sarah Jones, Angela Serino, Esther Kempf, Fadi El Register to read more »

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    MFK, Malmö Free University for Women

    MFK, Malmö Free University for Women; Malmö Free University for Women (MFK) is a gender separatist art and educational space by and for persons who identify as women. It started in Malmö, Sweden in August 2006 by artists Lisa Nyberg and Johanna Gustavsson. It’s an ongoing public art project aiming to create a place where art, Register to read more »

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    Freedom from Torture

    Freedom from Torture: Each day, staff and volunteers work with survivors of torture in centres in Birmingham, Glasgow, London, Manchester and Newcastle (and via a capacity-building presence in Yorkshire and Humberside) to help them begin to rebuild their lives. Sharing this expertise with partner organisations in the UK and internationally, Freedom from Torture operates as a Register to read more »

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    Interference Archive

    Interference Archive Interference Archive explores the relationship between cultural production and social movements. This work manifests in public exhibitions, a study and social center, talks, screenings, publications, workshops, and an online presence. The archive consists of many kinds of objects that are created as part of social movements by the participants themselves: posters, flyers, publications, Register to read more »

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    The Embassy for Refugees

    The Embassy for Refugees investigates whether the typology of the embassy can be reinterpreted in order to give ambassadorial status to a humanitarian issue and group of people rather than a country. It asks whether diplomacy can be employed for the marginalised rather than the powerful? Representation for the misrepresented? It is a conceptual investigation Register to read more »

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    ICORN Guest Writers

    ICORN Guest Writers The International Cities of Refuge Network is an association of cities around the world dedicated to the value of Freedom of Expression. Writers have consistently been targets of politically motivated threats and persecution, and the network believes it is necessary for the international community to formulate and implement an appropriate response. Each Register to read more »

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    Counter-constructivist Model (La Fontaine stories for immigrants)

    Counter-constructivist Model (La Fontaine stories for immigrants) paper-film in nine acts. Book by Sezgin Boynik and Minna Henriksson. Labyrint Press 2012 Experience We were invited in the Fittja community to make an artwork. 20 years ago there weren’t any public artworks in Fittja. Now just looking at the proliferated parabols, scenery-paintings at the staircases, red stars on the Register to read more »