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Stories of Migration - Now You See Me Moria Foam Talks

    • Arts

The final episode of our mini-series ‘Stories of Migration’ will focus on Now You See Me Moria, a cross-national collective consisting of Noemí, Amir, Qutaeba, Ali, Mustafa ​and others who continue to join. Claartje van Dijk, head of exhibitions ​at Foam, will speak with Noemi, ​the Amsterdam-based photo editor ​and leading force behind Now You See Me Moria, to give an insight into the collective's work and mission.


Personal experiences, anger and pain are the basis of a special project in which refugees share ​personal photos and stories via Instagram about their daily life in Moria, the largest refugee camp in Europe, located in Greece. In August 2020 Amir, a refugee living in Moria and Noemí, ​started their collaboration by setting up the Instagram account now_you_see_me_moria and publish pictures of life at the camp. Since then, Now You See Me ​Moria got the attention of various media outlets, individuals and organizations across Europe. Today the account has a following of more than 30,000 people. More importantly: a growing number of followers have started collaborations with the​ collective. From a small ​collaboration Now You See Me Moria has become a civil rights movement demanding fundamental change to European migration policy.

Concept: Elisa Medde and Amelie Schüle

Production: Nordin Janssen

Mastering, Mixing & Music: Andersen Audio Productions

The final episode of our mini-series ‘Stories of Migration’ will focus on Now You See Me Moria, a cross-national collective consisting of Noemí, Amir, Qutaeba, Ali, Mustafa ​and others who continue to join. Claartje van Dijk, head of exhibitions ​at Foam, will speak with Noemi, ​the Amsterdam-based photo editor ​and leading force behind Now You See Me Moria, to give an insight into the collective's work and mission.


Personal experiences, anger and pain are the basis of a special project in which refugees share ​personal photos and stories via Instagram about their daily life in Moria, the largest refugee camp in Europe, located in Greece. In August 2020 Amir, a refugee living in Moria and Noemí, ​started their collaboration by setting up the Instagram account now_you_see_me_moria and publish pictures of life at the camp. Since then, Now You See Me ​Moria got the attention of various media outlets, individuals and organizations across Europe. Today the account has a following of more than 30,000 people. More importantly: a growing number of followers have started collaborations with the​ collective. From a small ​collaboration Now You See Me Moria has become a civil rights movement demanding fundamental change to European migration policy.

Concept: Elisa Medde and Amelie Schüle

Production: Nordin Janssen

Mastering, Mixing & Music: Andersen Audio Productions

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