Journey Of Voices sees Phil America team up with World Vision, ILO, United Nations ESCAP, IOM, United States Department of Labor and other human rights agencies for a solo show to present works representing migrant workers’ contributions in Thailand and the issues they face coming into the country. The immersive art exhibition includes a 16-channel video installation, a life-size interactive Thai fishing boat and other large-scale sculptures as well as archival photos from International Program on the Elimination of Child Labour(IPEC).
The show is was held at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC), Thailand’s largest museum, from 16-21 December 2014 in celebration of International Migrants Day (18 December). In collaboration with the Saphan Siang campaign, the exhibition seeks to highlight and give voice to migrant workers’ experiences living and working in Thailand’s fishing communities.
More information on JourneyOfVoices.com.