A short film takes viewers through the ‘Together We Care’ installation. More than 100 people participated in this project. Refugee and non-refugee families, students and professionals from different countries made dolls’ houses that tell their stories of home, community and belonging. By linking the dolls’ houses with ropes and ramps and ladders the project aims to explore the meaning of home and community after a year of COVID19 restrictions and the isolation these caused, while highlighting the experience of being a refugee in an attempt to create solidarity and understanding across the political and socio-economic divide.
To see the film before 20th June 2021, click this link.
For more information about the Giant Dolls’ House project click this link.