Hilde Honerud’s Photographs of Exercise Activities in Refugee Camps

Hilde Honerud's Photographs of Exercise Activities in Refugee Camps
Moria Camp in Greece was notorious for being Europe’s worst refugee camp. Designed to house 3000, the camp fluctuated between 6000–21000 people before burning down in September 2020. A new camp was built on Lesvos. In the last three years, Hilde Honerud has carried out a major work associated with Moria Camp, on the island of Lesvos in Greece. She has joined people doing sports through the organization Yoga and Sports with Refugees (YSR). This exhibition at MELK in Oslo, Norway showcases a selection of this work.

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