Centrala Space is committed to using art to explore the relationship between art, migration, and social justice. We believe that art can be a powerful tool for challenging stereotypes, promoting understanding, and creating change.

We engage in a variety of research projects and methods, including interviews, focus groups, and participatory art workshops. We also collaborate with researchers, academics, artists and community members to create meaningful and impactful work.

We present research findings in exhibitions, publications, and public events. We use the findings to inform policy and practice on issues such as migration, social justice, communities and the arts.

We believe that art can play a vital role in creating a more just and equitable world. Our research projects are one way that we are working to make this vision a reality.