Mary Ann DeVlieg

Mary Ann DeVlieg is currently a PhD candidate critiquing the gap between policy and practice in arts and migration policies, linked to the rights of artists impacted by displacement. A case worker for persecuted artists from 2009 through 2019, she co-founded of IARA (International Arts Rights Advisors), founded the EU working group, Arts-Rights-Justice; was Co-Director at freeDimensional (2013-2015); and is a co-founder of the Arts-Rights-Justice Academy, University of Hildesheim.

What Makes a Citizen: reflections on identity, bureaucracy and responsibility

I hold two passports, but I have lived for long periods in four countries.  In my first country, the country of my birth, I was young; I contributed nothing to my country.  I was, however, a citizen.  When I moved to country number two, I became a civic organiser, I founded three cultural organisations that …

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Temporary relocation, Exile and Artists Impacted by Displacement

What if, the girl says. Instead of saying, this border divides those places. We said, this border unites these places. This border holds together these two really interesting different places. What if we declared border crossings places where, listen, when you crossed them, you yourself became doubly possible. Smith, A., 2019. Spring. 1st ed. London: Hamish Hamilton.   …

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