Trampoline House: In a Closed World – Visible and Invisible Walls

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For In a closed world – visible and invisible walls by lumbung member Trampoline House, Dady de Maximo Mwicira-Mitali presented a collection of 40 outfits inspired by the life and suffering of refugees. The presentation of the collection was accompanied by a poet-singer, who recounted the silent suffering, and a contemporary dancer who interpreted the physical and moral suffering of the refugees with his body.

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