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Asylum Archive - Vukasin NedeljkovićGarter Lane Arts Centre is delighted to present Asylum Archive, an exhibition of photography, artefacts and found objects created by visual artist and researcher Vukasin Nedeljković.
Asylum Archive is directly concerned with the everyday realities of asylum seekers in Ireland, drawing on Nedeljković's personal experience of being an asylum seeker and living in direct provision centres throughout Ireland.
Nedeljković is a visual artist and PhD student at the Centre for Transcultural Research and Media Practice at Dublin Institute of Technology. He initiated the Asylum Archive as a multidisciplinary project to collaborate with asylum seekers, artists, academics, civil society activists and immigration lawyers, amongst others, with a view to creating an interactive documentary cross-platform online resource and platform for open dialogue, which critically brings forward accounts of sociological/geographical displacement, memory loss, trauma, and violence.
Read, Nedeljković, V. (2016) Asylum Archive: An Archive of Asylum and Direct Provision in Ireland entry for Border Criminologies, Faculty of Law, Oxford University, available at: www.law.ox.ac.uk (Accessed 10/01/2017).
Listen to the recording of the Asylum Archive Panel Discussion event which took place on Tuesday 6th December 2016 in the National College of Art and Design. Panelists included: Dr. Ronit Lentin, Associate Professor in Sociology, Trinity College Dublin (TCD); Joe Moore, Activist Anti Deportation Ireland (ADI); Vukasin Nedeljković (Asylum Archive), artist and researcher, Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT); Prof. Aislinn O'Donnell, Professor of Education, Coordinator of Structured PhD and MLitt Programmes, Dept. of Education, Maynooth University.
Opening hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 11am - 5.30pm and during evening performances. Admission free, all welcome.
An exhibition tours programme for primary, post primary and third level students is available. Bookings and enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
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