Join us this Saturday and get a free guided tour of CAMP's new exhibition Threshold(s), guest curated by the Malmö-based art historian and scholar Temi Odumosu.
Showcasing some of Scandinavia’s most exciting artists, thinkers, and activists — Pia Arke, Michelle Eistrup, Yong Sun Gullach, Luanda Carneiro Jacoel, and Saba Bereket Persson — the exhibition explores experiences of displacement and exile by considering how people and their memories ‘crossover’ and then inhabit land, culture, identities, structures, and even language.
The exhibition engages with current immigration tensions and structural practices, but with a particular focus on the ‘inbetweenness’ of movement as a state of being, which produces critical knowledge. It invites audiences to reflect on what is happening at the thresholds of migration experiences. And asks, where is the place of belonging? When and how will things change?
The tours are conducted by graduates from CAMP’s art gallery guide program for refugees and asylum seekers in collaboration with CAMP education interns. The tour is free, but admission to CAMP is DKK 40 (free admission for migrant workers and people in the asylum system).
Tours and presentation on other weekdays can be booked here. The exhibition runs until Dec. 14, 2019.
CAMP opening hours / Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 1–6 pm, Saturday 2–5 pm (last Friday and Saturday of the month closed). Free guided tours Saturdays 3–4 pm.
Contact: (+45) 72 14 07 66, email@example.com