In parallel of this documentary film, a multidisciplinary exhibition was created and presented at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec from January 2020 to February 2022. Presented in the old prison building of the MNBAQ, this multidisciplinary exhibition combines video projections, photographs, children's drawings, dioramas and sculptures, poems, testimonies and ambient sounds in order to immerse us in the world‘s largest refugee camp, the Kutupalong camp in Bangladesh. This exhibit won the 2020 Jury Coup de coeur prize from the Société des Musées du Québec.
THE ARTISTS & COLLABORATORS
Conceived and produced by MÖ FILMS (Mélanie Carrier and Olivier Higgins), this moving exhibition brings together the work of several highly talented artists and collaborators including documentary photographer Renaud Philippe, the designer Marie-Renée Bourget Harvey, the Rohingya poet Kala Miya, the Rohingya refugee Mohammed Shofi, the visual artists Karine Giboulo and Rosalie Gamache, the multimedia artist Louis-Robert Bouchard, the light sculptor Keven Dubois and all the museum team.
photo credit of the exhibition - Idra Labrie - MNBAQ