Migration Museum to host multimedia exhibition on migration crisis
Between 2 and 22 June 2016, the Migration Museum will be showcasing their ‘Call me by my name: stories from Calais and beyond’ multimedia exhibition at Londonenewcastle Project Space.
Open from 12pm-8pm every day, with free admission, this multimedia exhibition explores the complexity and human stories behind the current migration crisis, with a particular focus on the Calais camp.
The exhibition features compelling works by established and emerging artists, refugees, camp residents and volunteers.
These include a powerful new installation by award-winning artist Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen, art by ALPHA using materials from the camp, drawings of Calais by illustrator Nick Ellwood, art and photography by camp residents, and an installation of lifejackets embedded with the stories of their wearers.
It will serve as a forum for a range of discussions, film screenings and performances, including a poetry evening hosted by Michael Rosen. There will also be an opportunity for visitors to leave their responses, which will become part of an art piece by artist-in-residence, Cedoux Kadima.
To find out more about the exhibition please click here.
Details: Londonewcastle Project Space, 28 Redchurch St, London E2 7DP.