WERK 8, a recently opened artistic hub in a former factory in the ever-changing industrial area of Feuerbach in Stuttgart, Germany. Surrounded by migration minorities, it is a site of negotiation over identity.
"They called for workers, and people came." - Max Rudolf Frisch
Talking about the lived experience of migrant worker by giving him a human face, our aim is to highlight the importance of migrant workers in a contemporary society.
Western Europe's continued dependence on millions of migrant workers especially during the worst economic crisis since the Second World War shows that the economic system can no longer exist without their labor.
The area has the potential to open up the experience of migration for the German society to know and experience more about. As not only to enjoy the culinary traits of immigrants (Doner and Baklava), but also to discover the full potential of integrating into an open society that is rich in diversity.
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