Against the backdrop of growing political, economic, and environmental insecurities, millions are forced to leave their homes and embark upon a dangerous and often life-threatening journey to Europe. Undoubtedly, the thousands of children among them are the most vulnerable ones. These fragile and sincere witnesses/makers of history visualized and drew their past, present, and future.
To give these paintings the attention they deserve, the activists and researchers of the Colours of a Journey-team decided to elevate them into a fully-fledged art exhibition that takes place as an intervention in public spaces. See the drawings and learn more about the project at https://coloursofajourney.eu/