House without Walls

HOUSE WITHOUT WALLS is an exhibition devised by British visual poet Philip Davenport, featuring art by child refugees, combined with commentary from older members of their community. “A gentle, sideways look at the cost of war, the subtle losses including childhood itself.” Exhibition at Paul Schneider Haus, Spandau, BERLIN 13 Oct-23 Nov.

Davenport is a British visual poet who often works off the page; his work appears in galleries, streets, sound recordings, on objects. He often works with marginalised communities in the U.K. as part of the arthur+martha organisation, collaborating with homeless people and with older people who have dementia.

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