Fernisering / Opening of solo show by Pablo Andres

Fernisering / Opening of solo show by Pablo Andres

fre d. 1. jun 18:00 - lør d. 2. jun 00:00

CAMP / Center for Art on Migration Politics, Thoravej 7, 2400, København NV

Skrevet af CAMP (Center for Art on Migration Politics)

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Hjertelig velkommen til åbningen af "William Freeman – you can’t hold an angel", en udstilling af den chilenske kunstner og dissident Pablo Andres (f. 1985), som p.t. søger asyl i Danmark.

Udstillingen ser nærmere på vilkårerne for LGBTQ asylansøgere fra det globale syd, som flygter til Vesten i den tro, at der dér findes frihed og sikkerhed for køns- og seksuelle minoriteter – kun for at finde en udlændingepolitik, der ikke altid yder dem beskyttelse, og et LGBTQ-miljø, hvor farvede queer mænd ofte møder seksuel racisme fra hvide queer mænd.

I fotografi, video, collage og objekter kortlægger udstillingen kunstnerens møde med homofobi i asylprocessen og med racisme i det vestlige homomiljø.

Ferniseringen byder på en 'artist talk' og en performance af Andres. Ferniseringen er en del Trampolinhusets 7 års fødselsdagsfestprogram.

Læs mere om udstillingen på: http://campcph.org/current-and-upcoming/162018

Udstillingen er realiseret med støtte fra Det Obelske Familiefond, Statens Kunstfond og Foreningen Roskilde Festival.

> ÅBNINGSPROGRAM /

18–18:30:
Velkomstdrinks og taler / ved CAMPs daglige ledere og Pablo Andres

18:30–19:30:
Se udstillingen og spis fødselsdagsmiddag i Trampolinhuset (anbefalet donation 30kr)

19:30–20:
Artist talk and performance / ved Pablo Andres
20:30–24:
Bar og dans / med DJs fra Trampolinhuset

20–24:
Trampolinhusets 7 års fødselsdagsfest / med open mic, live musik, DJs, bar

> PRESSEKONTAKT /
Daglig leder Tone Olaf Nielsen, info@campcph.org, (+45) 20 93 50 86 (mobil), (+45) 72 14 07 66 (hovednr.)

> ÅBNINGSTIDER /
Tirsdag, onsdag & fredag 13–18
Lørdag 14–17 (gratis omvisninger lørdage 15–16).
Lukket hver sidste fredag og lørdag i måneden!

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A warm welcome to the opening of "William Freeman – you can’t hold an angel," 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, who flee to the West thinking that there is freedom and safety for gender and sexual minorities there – only to find a refugee politics that does not always grant them protection and a LGBTQ community where colored queer men often encounter sexual racism from white queer men.

In photography, video, collage, and objects, the exhibition maps Andres' encounter with homophobia in the asylum process and with racism in the Western gay community.

During the opening, Andres will give an artist talk and do a performance. The opening is part of the 7th birthday celebration of Trampoline House, in which CAMP is located.

For more info about the exhibition please visit: http://campcph.org/current-and-upcoming/162018

The exhibition is generously supported by Det Obelske Familiefond, Statens Kunstfond and Foreningen Roskilde Festival.

> OPENING PROGRAM /

6–6:30: Welcome drinks and speeches / by CAMP's directors and Pablo Andres

6:30–7:30:
Exhibition viewing and community dinner (suggested donation DKK 30)

7:30–8:
Artist talk and performance / by Pablo Andres

8–12:
Trampoline House's 7th birthday party / with open mic session, live music, DJs, bar

> PRESS CONTACT /
Director Tone Olaf Nielsen, info@campcph.org, (+45) 20 93 50 86 (cell), (+45) 72 14 07 66 (main)

> OPENING HOURS /
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 1–6 pm
Saturday 2–5 pm (free guided tours Saturdays 3–4 pm)
Closed every last Friday and every last Saturday of the month!

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