Opening / Decolonizing Appearance
Sep
21
6:00 PM18:00

Opening / Decolonizing Appearance

Join us for the opening party of CAMP’s new focus! exhibition Decolonizing Appearance and hear guest curator Nicholas Mirzoeff talk about his ideas behind the exhibition. There will also be artist talks by Copenhagen-based artists Khalid Albaih, Abdul Dube, and Jeannette Ehlers, who have contributed to the exhibition. The evening is concluded with community dinner in Trampoline House and a dance party.

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Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance
Sep
22
3:00 PM15:00

Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance

Join us this Saturday and get a free guided tour in CAMP's current exhibition Decolonizing Appearance, guest curated by visual culture theorist Nicholas Mirzoeff. The exhibit examines what appearance is, how appearance is used to classify, separate, and rule human beings on a hierarchical scale, and how we can challenge this regime. It brings together some of contemporary art’s most engaged individuals and collectives from across the globe: John Akomfrah, Jeannette Ehlers, Forensic Architecture, Dread Scott, and many more…

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Event / Decolonizing Assembly
Sep
23
1:00 PM13:00

Event / Decolonizing Assembly

The Decolonizing Assembly is an assembly led by MTL Collective that will focus on what would be the framework for thinking through decolonization for the CAMP and Trampoline House spaces and its goers. The assembly also features a keynote by Professor Gurminder K. Bhambra and a happening the decolonial feminist collective Marronage, The assembly accompanies CAMP’s new focus! exhibition Decolonizing Appearance.

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Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance
Oct
6
3:00 PM15:00

Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance

Join us this Saturday and get a free guided tour in CAMP's current exhibition Decolonizing Appearance, guest curated by visual culture theorist Nicholas Mirzoeff. The exhibit examines what appearance is, how appearance is used to classify, separate, and rule human beings on a hierarchical scale, and how we can challenge this regime. It brings together some of contemporary art’s most engaged individuals and collectives from across the globe: John Akomfrah, Jeannette Ehlers, Forensic Architecture, Dread Scott, and many more…

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Culture Night / The Politics of Migrant Images
Oct
12
to Oct 13

Culture Night / The Politics of Migrant Images

Would we have a different asylum and integration policy in Denmark if we had different representations of refugees and immigrants? How can we produce new images capable of creating community between new and old citizens? Trampoline House and its exhibition space CAMP / Center for Art on Migration Politics invite you to a Culture Night with soup kitchen, international art exhibition, and a debate on The Politics of Migrant Images with Rushy Rashid, Khaterah Parwani, Natasha Al-Hariri, Tarek Ziad Hussein, Farhiya Khalid, Nermin Durakovic, and Yannick Harrison.

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Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance
Oct
13
3:00 PM15:00

Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance

Join us this Saturday and get a free guided tour in CAMP's current exhibition Decolonizing Appearance, guest curated by visual culture theorist Nicholas Mirzoeff. The exhibit examines what appearance is, how appearance is used to classify, separate, and rule human beings on a hierarchical scale, and how we can challenge this regime. It brings together some of contemporary art’s most engaged individuals and collectives from across the globe: John Akomfrah, Jeannette Ehlers, Forensic Architecture, Dread Scott, and many more…

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Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance
Nov
3
3:00 PM15:00

Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance

Join us this Saturday and get a free guided tour in CAMP's current exhibition Decolonizing Appearance, guest curated by visual culture theorist Nicholas Mirzoeff. The exhibit examines what appearance is, how appearance is used to classify, separate, and rule human beings on a hierarchical scale, and how we can challenge this regime. It brings together some of contemporary art’s most engaged individuals and collectives from across the globe: John Akomfrah, Jeannette Ehlers, Forensic Architecture, Dread Scott, and many more…

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Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance
Nov
10
3:00 PM15:00

Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance

Join us this Saturday and get a free guided tour in CAMP's current exhibition Decolonizing Appearance, guest curated by visual culture theorist Nicholas Mirzoeff. The exhibit examines what appearance is, how appearance is used to classify, separate, and rule human beings on a hierarchical scale, and how we can challenge this regime. It brings together some of contemporary art’s most engaged individuals and collectives from across the globe: John Akomfrah, Jeannette Ehlers, Forensic Architecture, Dread Scott, and many more…

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Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance
Nov
17
3:00 PM15:00

Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance

Join us this Saturday and get a free guided tour in CAMP's current exhibition Decolonizing Appearance, guest curated by visual culture theorist Nicholas Mirzoeff. The exhibit examines what appearance is, how appearance is used to classify, separate, and rule human beings on a hierarchical scale, and how we can challenge this regime. It brings together some of contemporary art’s most engaged individuals and collectives from across the globe: John Akomfrah, Jeannette Ehlers, Forensic Architecture, Dread Scott, and many more…

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Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance
Dec
1
3:00 PM15:00

Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance

Join us this Saturday and get a free guided tour in CAMP's current exhibition Decolonizing Appearance, guest curated by visual culture theorist Nicholas Mirzoeff. The exhibit examines what appearance is, how appearance is used to classify, separate, and rule human beings on a hierarchical scale, and how we can challenge this regime. It brings together some of contemporary art’s most engaged individuals and collectives from across the globe: John Akomfrah, Jeannette Ehlers, Forensic Architecture, Dread Scott, and many more…

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Event / Another World is Possible
Dec
2
1:00 PM13:00

Event / Another World is Possible

Join us for this event that marks the closing of CAMP’s focus! exhibition Decolonizing Appearance. Under the heading Another World is Possible: poetry, performance and practice, the event brings together a group of cultural practitioners, who in different ways imagine other presents and possible futures through decolonial practice and aesthetics. Experience a performance by London-based artist Sonya Dyer, an intervention by Ghetto Fitness aka Kian and MJ from Copenhagen, and a workshop by US-based artist Pedro Lasch.

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Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance
Dec
8
3:00 PM15:00

Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance

Join us this Saturday and get a free guided tour in CAMP's current exhibition Decolonizing Appearance, guest curated by visual culture theorist Nicholas Mirzoeff. The exhibit examines what appearance is, how appearance is used to classify, separate, and rule human beings on a hierarchical scale, and how we can challenge this regime. It brings together some of contemporary art’s most engaged individuals and collectives from across the globe: John Akomfrah, Jeannette Ehlers, Forensic Architecture, Dread Scott, and many more…

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Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance
Dec
15
3:00 PM15:00

Free guided tour / Decolonizing Appearance

Join us this Saturday and get a free guided tour in CAMP's current exhibition Decolonizing Appearance, guest curated by visual culture theorist Nicholas Mirzoeff. The exhibit examines what appearance is, how appearance is used to classify, separate, and rule human beings on a hierarchical scale, and how we can challenge this regime. It brings together some of contemporary art’s most engaged individuals and collectives from across the globe: John Akomfrah, Jeannette Ehlers, Forensic Architecture, Dread Scott, and many more…

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CINEMA CLUB
Aug
21
6:30 PM18:30

CINEMA CLUB

Trampoline House Cinema Club has moved to Tuesdays and will screen a new film every second Tuesday of the month right after the Trampoline House community dinner. The club is for everyone – both regular users of the house and guests. Join us – it's also your house!

Place & Time: Trampoline House (Multizone), every second Tuesday of the month, 6:30–8:30 pm.

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Performance: Mother's Manifest
Aug
17
7:00 PM19:00

Performance: Mother's Manifest

Trampoline House and CAMP are proud to invite the public to the performance Mother’s Manifest. The performance is a collaborative project between unaccompanied minors and mothers looking for their missing children in the Central American Caravana de Madres Migrant Mesoamerican. It is a reminder of the many families who are daily broken up and the hope for survival and reunification that not even politicians and their legislation can crush. Admission is free, all are welcome!

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SPECIAL EVENT: Film screening of "Greengrocer" (dir. Maya Bram Sommer)
Aug
10
7:00 PM19:00

SPECIAL EVENT: Film screening of "Greengrocer" (dir. Maya Bram Sommer)

Join us in Trampoline House on August 10 for the screening of the Danish documentary "The Greengrocer" by Maya Bram Sommer. The film shows the growing generational gap between father and son, while unveiling the both positive and negative consequences of gentrification around Nørrebro Station in Copenhagen’s old working class neighborhood Nordvest.

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"Supporting Sanctuary: Ending Harms in British, Danish and Swedish Asylum Systems" – a lecture by Victoria Canning
Jun
5
6:30 AM06:30

"Supporting Sanctuary: Ending Harms in British, Danish and Swedish Asylum Systems" – a lecture by Victoria Canning

For people seeking asylum in Northern Europe, reaching a safe country is the main goal. However, as this presentation argues, many people face unexpected and unduly harsh realities: poverty, poor healthcare, racism and Islamophobia can make life incredibly difficult. Likewise, many policies and social attitudes have become more hostile toward migrants, resulting in harmful laws and practices.

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Opening of exhibition by Pablo Andres in CAMP, Trampoline House’s art gallery
Jun
1
to Jun 2

Opening of exhibition by Pablo Andres in CAMP, Trampoline House’s art gallery

William Freeman – you can’t hold an angel is an exhibition by Chilean artist and dissident Pablo Andres, who is currently seeking asylum in Denmark. The exhibition takes a closer look at conditions for LGBTQ asylum seekers from the Global South, and maps the artist’s encounter with homophobia in the Danish asylum process and with racism in the Western gay community.

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