In the framework of activities around the “Day of Memory” of the Roma in Italy, the KIOSK project aimed to create a visibility and debate of the Roma’s situation in and around Rome. The KIOSK was placed in the Foyer of Termini station. The dialogues being produced and displayed aimed to mediate the current situation of the Roma in Italy in the larger context of their cultural memory, models of oral history and their relation to space, place and territory.
The films focussed on the overarching discussion on cultural integration, identity, and the geography of camps interviewing members of the Roma community, local activists, politicians, artists, social workers and journalists and collecting numerous personal stories and experiences, setting them into relation to recent and historical political events.
Unfortunately the whole documentation got lost somewhere on the way from Rome to Berlin.