Ashlee Larsen

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Ashlee Larsen

Portfolio

by Ashlee Larsen (USA)

I came to Berlin to share the stories of refugees here seeking asylum in Germany. Templehoff Airport, a place rich in history, has been used for many different purposes over the years. Built by the Nazi’s in 1923, Templehoff was created to be the entrance of Hitler’s grand German empire. After being decommissioned as an airport in 2008 the grounds were turned into a park and the airplane hangars now contain the largest housing facility for refugees in Germany, with more than 13,000 refugees living in makeshift cubicles in a cavernous hall.


Portfolio from the Visual Storytelling workshop with Ed Kashi, October 2017.

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