A transnational art project with migrants and refugees
Since 1999 this place called "Hajusom" has existed in Hamburg. Here, especially juvenile and young adult refugees and migrants from the most diverse countries of origin in Africa, Asia and Europe come and work together.
As a trans-national art project, Hajusom brings together people who are active citizens of a complex globalised world yet who bear within themselves their own individual maps. They are protagonists obliged to turn their backs on their national outlooks and make migration visible as a central force for social change.
In their role as artists, they now recreate their own experiences and present them in various formats: In theatre performances, video and CD productions, space installations and texts.
Here can you find the project's website: