How can hope flourish from the devastation of war, oppression, and forced migration? In this new book Research Professor Cindy Horst engages with this question through the prism of lived reality, with her interlocutors, three extraordinary individuals.
In a two-month residency, a group of international artists and researchers have investigated how creative practice can enable new ways of seeing, relating to and understanding individual and collective experiences of violent conflict and oppression.
PRIO is organizing a unique art residency in Rotterdam this autumn.
Close to 100 applications from talented artists around the world were received representing 35 countries, showing how many people and places are affected by war, displacement and political violence.
Now more than ever we can see how the impact of war and violence changes societies and people.
The PRIO Centre on Culture and Violent Conflict is priviledged to host three distinct events on the topic of art - conflict/exile.