“Hopeful Arrival” at WM Wiesbaden, Germany

Nov 26, 2016

The WM Wiesbaden is opening the exhibition “Hopeful Arrival” on Sunday, 27th November 12:00.

The young afghan artist Sara Nabil (*1994) came to Germany in 2015.  In the art project “Hopeful Arrival” she works with refugee women from various cultures. The women meet regularly at the WM in order to collaborate with the artist in a biographical work-in-progress. And as in this project communication needs to happen in one language the participants practice their German along the way.

The outcome of this “work in progress” is an installation that represents visions, dreams, hopes and goals of these women.

Find out more in German

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