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LIVING ROOM

WHO ARE WE? ART, MIGRATION AND THE PRODUCTION OF DEMOCRACY, COUNTERPOINTS ARTS, TATE MODERN, LONDON, UK

22–27 MAY 2018

“Living Room” is an interdisciplinary project focusing on refugee empowerment through craft & entrepreneurship. Terra Vera Association connected immigrants, refugees and the asylum seekers with local artists, association The Place in Between as well as students from the Faculty for Natural Sciences and Engineering in Ljubljana

The project showcases the talent, creativity and knowledge of asylum seekers as well as Slovenian artists and students. It was first showcased at BIO biennale in Ljubljana last year, before being invited to show the work to a wider audience in Tate Exchange in May 2018 as part of a cross-platform event and exhibition “Who Are We?”, curated by Counterpoints Arts.

Link to the event:

https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/tate-exchange/workshop/who-are-we-art-migration-and-production-democracy

Media coverage in New Edge Magazine:

http://newedgemagazine.com/index.php/living-room-a-space-connecting-cultures-ages-and-skills/?fbclid=IwAR3hLdUvB8LctMomRNx9GP03dvbxXTabnltnt6bSnkp9QdfZN_srFtoAbi8

Photo: Prostor Vmes