Referencing the current-day situation of refugee immigrants in Germany and Europe, ‘daHEIM: glances into fugitive lives’ is a collaboration between the Museum Europäischer Kulturen, artist barbara caveng, the art project KUNSTASYL and inhabitants of the Staakener Strasse residence for asylum seekers in Berlin-Spandau. Employing the arts and methods of cultural anthropology within an experimental, workshop-like format, the exhibition will reveal the experiences, desires, life perspectives and domestic environments of people who have been forced to flee. Read more.
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