Welcome to BRA10 for a presentation of the project iHopP – stories about dreams, freedom, fleeing home, reunion, family, career aspirations, nostalgia, dance, love and survival.
Time: Tuesday 21st of November, 18 pm
Location: Hus 10, Konstepidemin
iHopP is a creative project led by the National Museums of World Culture with the aim to create an intercultural dialogue platform to facilitate integration of newcomers and local community members. In iHopP we used digital storytelling for the voices to get heard and to give meaning and context to the participants’ experiences. We filmed more than 24 stories in Gothenburg in 2017. Each story is about one-minute long. At BRA10 we will show the films and talk about the project, some of the participants will be present to answer questions.
Enas Msouti, Shafik Tokmaji, Elodie Labonne, MJA “X&Y”, Cecile Marsille, Majdouline Lyazidi, Yousef Akbari, Katerina Pavlou, Maria Nyman, Kiriaki Christoforidis, Irene Poggi, Mohamed Alraies, Jennifer Caneva, Karam Aljerf, Malek Aldarweesh, Sanaa Ibrahim, Love Nilsson, Shakrullah Yakubi, Maha Abduladem, Khaldoun Alali, Rana Alomar, Simel Tokmaji, Hazem Qawas, Randi Myhre
Linda Tedsdotter (digital supervisor and visual artist)
Rasha Shaaban (coordinator and subtitles)
Jerk Elmen (storytelling expert)
Stina Östberg (conception)
The project is organized in the framework of the transnational project Rebuild Refuge Europe led by European Alternatives with the support of Creative Europe programme and the Swedish Foreign Department.