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In his latest video, Ojay Morgan, NYC based hip hop artist aka Zebra Katz, collaborated with Danish director Ada Bligaard Søby—known for her work with artists like Trentmøller and Devendra Banhart. In a cinematic interpretation of the experiences of refugees living in and around Copenhagen.
“The idea for this video was born from the most haunting track that ever landing in my inbox. It inspired this film featuring the anxiety of immigrants fueled by fear in search of sanctuary, and being searched for while they are in this place between places. The genius Aartcast in Copenhagen orchestrated an open casting for immigrants and refugees currently living in Denmark.”
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