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3 November 2022 | 13:00–15:00
| Spoken language: English
*This event is fully booked*
Growing numbers of people travel to Europe to call the continent their home. This increase in migration has resulted in differing views on the subject.
On 3 November 2022, students from Zuyd University of Applied Sciences organise an interactive public event to explore the topic of migration and border control. Together, participants will cross borders at the No Access exhibition at the former NATO headquarters in Maastricht. After a special guided tour, participants are welcomed to open up to other ways of thinking by joining a discussion session with plenty of space to exchange on (dis)agreements.
The No Access exhibition at the former NATO Headquarters showcases the work of contemporary socially engaged video artists and filmmakers who have created relevant and poignant video works, interactive media installations, short films and animations about border controls and migration. This disorienting and uncanny location enhances the already powerful empathy of the projections.
This event is a collaboration between Studio Europa Maastricht, Viewmaster Projects and Zuyd University of Applied Sciences.