Following earlier international presentations we launched 'Lost in Media’ in Tate Modern on July 19th 2019 with a panel discussion chaired by Chrystal Genesis of Stance Podcast, with contributions from Tania Bruguera, Nesrine Malik, Daniel Trilling, and Andre Wilkens. Read More
photo by Dan Weill Photography.
Alison Harvey shares insights on the development of her toolkit to support the use of games for creative expression in community groups. She also touches on collaborating with other Idea Camp participants. Read More
Migrant Voices, an R&D grantee of the 2017 Idea Camp 'Moving Communities', shares some insights on her work in Slovenia. Read More
A report on the Diverse City co-design workshop of October 12th. Read More
Commoning strategies are often improvised even in the liminal spaces that emerge in the cracks of Fortress Europe, says urban anthropologist Jayne O. Ifekwunigwe. In a text based on her September 2015 talk at the ECF's annual Idea Camp, Ifekwunigwe calls for a new commons that embraces both the mobile and the settled. Read More
From 28 September to 4 October 2015, Idea Camp participant Laura Pana is taking over our Instagram account to welcome you into The Living Room and to introduce you to the diverse cultural activities she is working on with migrationlab on current migration challenges. Read More
Europe: Closed Doors or Open Arms? The Culture Report/EUNIC Yearbook 2014/2015 discusses migration into Europe, inviting a string of renowned scholars, authors and writers, including Umberto Eco, Francis Fukuyama, Bassam Tibi, Zygmunt Baumann, Richard Sennett, Slavenka Drakulić, Claus Leggewie and Mely Kiyak, to share their views. Read More
ECF mourns the continuous loss of life at the Mediterranean Sea which has sadly reached another peak last weekend. We commemorate those who have tragically perished at the Southern borders of Europe and express our deepest sympathy with those women, men and children who are still suffering at sea at this very moment. Read More
Spanish journalist, Deputy Director of eldiario.es and Remixing Europecontributor Juan Luis Sánchez presents Ten things about democracy in videos every MP should see.
Take a video, ten actually: the winning entries of the Radical Democracy video challenge (disclaimer: I was part of the jury), all exploring the theme of democracy and our understanding of how European democracy works. Enter ‘full screen’. Lie down and watch.
European Souvenirs artists Farah Rahman, Karol Rakowski, Noriko Okaku and Malaventura were back in Amsterdam on Tuesday, 20 May with a brand new show called €urovisions. Read our short report of the event, see the images and watch the show again on video. Read More
Mainstream media often shows one side of migration. But what is the story told by the people who migrate to Europe?€urovisons, a new show by European Souvenirs, proposes a glimpse on migration from the migrant perspective. Watch the trailer. Read More
REMIXING EUROPE is a publication unveiling the imagery of migrants in European media. It is a Doc Next Network publication, produced in the framework of Remapping Europe, A Remix Project Highlighting the Migrant’s Perspective. This investigative and artistic project explores the tools and concepts of remixing media as a method to re-view, re-investigate and re-consider prevailing imageries of migrants in European societies. Read More