Image shown: Vukašin Nedeljković. Photo credit: David Monaghan.

Vukašin Nedeljković

Artist Vukašin Nedeljković began taking photographs of his surroundings as a coping mechanism during his time housed in a Direct Provision Centre. This work has grown into the multi-disciplinary platform Asylum Archive. Here, he discusses the reality of the Direct Provision Scheme for people seeking asylum and how Asylum Archive provides a collective space for documenting these experiences.

My focus and interest remained the same, looking at the architecture of confinement, ghosts, traces, remnants - what is left after people have been transferred or deported.

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