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Decolonizing Apperance Book by Trampoline House

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Decolonizing Apperance book by Trampolone House

Decolonizing Appearance is a large group exhibition in CAMP curated by visual culture theorist Nicholas Mirzoeff from New York University. 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 challange this regime. CAMP / Center for Art on Migration Politics is a nonprofit exhibition space for art discussing questions of displacement, migration, asylum, and immigration. The center is located in Trampoline House, an independent community center in Copenhagen that provides refugees and asylum seekers in Denmark withb a place of support, community, and purpose.

Lumbung Kios are exhibiting in Economics the Blockbuster as part of Manchester International Festival. They are a global network of artists forging a self-driven, sustainable economic model for selling their work, and provide merchandise with a purpose.

Text in English and Danish.

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