Refugee Festival Scotland: For this five-day discursive workshop project, OOMK will be working in collaboration with the artists to produce a publication.
About Unconditional Being
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Artists Pinar Aksu, Mousa AlNana, Razan Madhoon, Paria Goodarzi, Iman Tajik and Aref Ghorbani will print a publication that discusses language, identity, borders and censorship as part of the refugee and asylum experience in Scotland.
OOMK (One Of My Kind) is a collaborative publishing practise led by Sofia Niazi, Rose Nordin and Heiba Lamara who make, publish and distribute books and printed works which arise from self-initiated projects. For this five-day discursive workshop project, OOMK will be working in collaboration with the artists to produce a publication.
Members of the public are welcome to view the work as it is being created on site. The project will run from Wednesday 19 – Sunday 23 June.
The venue has lift access to all levels. Toilets are gender neutral.
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