Nina Folkersma brings together new works of five contemporary artists: Yael Bartana (Israel), Daya Cahen (The Netherlands), Köken Ergun (Turkey), Enrique Marty (Spain) and Daniel Svarre (Denmark). When some of these artists point at the danger of a threatening mass, others look at crowd behaviour as a brotherhood and as a form of solidarity for a communal movement, a revolutionary towards a better life. Participating artists examine the relationship between the individual and the masses through different media – photography, sculpture, painting, video and audio work.
- 08 juni 2011
- Narcis Zohrehnassab
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Human trafficking is a distressing form of international organised crime. Annually, hundreds of thousands of people are being trafficked across borders. Human trafficking is morally suppressive, illegal, it robs people of their lives, it violates human rights and it is a highly lucrative “business”. Mainly women and girls become victims of sex trafficking. It is a global issue and thus the Netherlands deals with it as well. The Netherlands is a source, transit and destination country for victims of trafficking.