After Dismaland, Banksy pledged all the leftover building materials to Calais, France to help construct dwellings and structures for the Jungle camp, a refugee camp for Syrians who have fled their homeland’s war. He just completed a few signature pieces around the city, and because of his immense following, has brought attention to a few historic reminders about immigration and prior refugee movements.
In particular, his piece about Steve Jobs will resonate with the Western Worlds obsession with all things…, well, Apple. The project itself has been dubbed “Dismal Aid,” and in the gallery above, you can see all the works that were completed by Banksy in Calais.
- Zero-One | An overview of the drawings by AbdolHossein Pazoki December 7, 2021
- Glitch Video Art Group exhibition of Platform 101 at Kandovan building November 2, 2021
- Aberration of Inner Child in Barcelona Contemporary 2021 June 28, 2021
- Familiar geometry; About Mohammad Ali Famori’s Glitch Video Art March 11, 2021
- Image of rain; About Sadegh Majlesi’s Glitch Video Art March 11, 2021
- Contradiction and similarity; About Reza Famori’s Glitch Video Art March 11, 2021
- Formal conflict of Environment; About Golnaz Behrouznia Glitch Video Art March 10, 2021
- The story behind the integration of technology and nature; About Abarca’s glitch Video Art March 10, 2021
- Repeated decline; About Nima Mansouri’s Glitch Video Art February 26, 2021
- Angel-Demon transformation; About Shahab Shah Ali’s Glitch Video Art February 20, 2021