Welcome to the Living Room!

 We transform urban spaces to public living rooms together with migrants, refugees and locals in cities across Europe, where these communities come together to get to know each other by sharing stories and reflections on migration using artistic expression.

 

 

Other European cities will follow

 

 

So far we transformed artistic spaces, art galleries, a room in a former bread factory, the attic of a museum and a fisherman refugee boat we sailed with on Amsterdam waters, that transported 282 refugees from Egypt to Lampedusa. We travelled to different European countries, cities, and different neighborhoods within the same city. 

 
 

Discover our Public Living Rooms and Co-Design Workshops in cities across Europe through photos and videos

 

Welcome to the Living Room
@Stukafest Rotterdam
February 16, 2017


10th Welcome to the Living Room
@NIFFO Galerie Rotterdam
October 26, 2016


Welcome to the Living Room Co-Design Workshop
@NIFFO Galerie Rotterdam
Sept 18, 2016


Welcome to the Living Room @Humanity House
July 2, The Hague

Welcome to the Living Room, Amsterdam
May 7, 2016

We transformed Humanity House, museum and educational platform, to a public living room.

Mr. Friday refugee boat transported 282 people from Egypt to Italy in 2013.


Welcome to the Living Room, Amsterdam
April 30, 2016

Welcome to the Living Room Participatory Workshop
March 30, The Hague

On board of Mr. Friday sailing on Amsterdam waters // April 30, 2016

Leiden University College The Hague // March 30, 2016


Welcome to the Living Room
Spotlight:Romania. A Film and Photography Festival, The Hague

Welcome to the Living Room
Vienna Design Week 2015

GEMAK Art Gallery //  October 22, 2015

Brotfabrik // September 25 -October 4, 2015


Welcome to the Living Room
Verein08 Vienna, March 5, 2015
#Launch

Verein08 // March 5, 2015


More videos documenting different Migrationlab Living Rooms are available on our Youtube Channel @migrationlab

 
 

Further research and development of this concept are supported in 2016 by the European Cultural Foundation through the Idea Camp Build The City R&D Grant.

 

"Welcome To The Living Room!" project gets additional support from the Swedish incubator for cultural and social initiatives, KLUMP Subtopia