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Published 13 Jun 2024
Zawieszeni Laura Jammour

The exhibition "Zawieszeni" is a complex and multifaceted artistic project that addresses themes of multiculturalism and current global issues such as refugee status, migration, and the rights of migrants.

It is a socially engaged project aimed at highlighting human rights and cultural integration issues.

Zawieszeni Joanna Jammour

Through numerous conversations and meetings, the artist discovered universal patterns in human experiences that, despite diverse backgrounds, reveal certain common themes. The final conclusion of many conversations was the reflection that people often feel inadequate. These conversations would probably never have taken place without the realization of this project, which demonstrates the importance of creating spaces for dialogue and the expression of feelings and thoughts.

"Zawieszeni" is not only an attempt to present the phenomenon of multiculturalism but also the artist's personal manifesto. The stories presented are records of personal experiences and emotions, which ultimately take on an anonymous image. This anonymity eliminates the possibility of stereotypes or associations, allowing for deeper reflection on our surroundings and perceptions.

Thanks to the involvement of many people, the artist has created a space for dialogue and reflection aimed at bringing the topic of multiculturalism closer and understanding the experiences of migrants.

The exhibition is part of a diploma project carried out in Scenography at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw, under the supervision of Dr. Robert Sochacki in the Laboratory of Scenic Spaces. The premiere of the exhibition took place in Berlin on May 31, 2024.

Artist: Laura Jammou

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