Refugees in rural Germany
Shells detonating in Damascus and Aleppo. Vice squads shouting in Iran. Rockets attacking the Taliban next door. And waves lashing against the dinghy on the open sea. Most of the 300 refugees who have arrived in the German village of Wadersloh remember those sounds of terror, war and escape all too well. In the countryside they suddenly experience soothing silence. But at the same time their lives come to a standstill.
The exhibition started on April 20, 2016 in Wadersloh. All online and offline publication was carefully discussed and agreed on with the refugees. Please understand that some stories and details are missing in order to protect familiy members in the respective home countries.
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