"We will be here. We won't be in the spotlight. Just an invisible support. Filling the cracks. We will be here. Where we are not expected to be. Being present. Always to be found. A warm touch. We will be here. Familiar bodies. Stranger faces. Standing. guiding. Caring for you. Carrying You."
MOHA is an Amsterdam-based artist collective that creates performances, presents workshops, devises publications and proposes alternative curatorial models. MOHA operates outside conventional art settings and works in public spaces with specific communities, aiming to break their personal bubbles and connect with the everyday realities of people they would otherwise never encounter. MOHA's work grew into an fusion of many fields: urban planning, anthropology, social choreography, magical realism, performance art, guerrilla art and activism, and many others.
WE WILL BE HERE is part of MOHA's project Who Cares? a research examining and questioning the place of care in our society. These last months MOHA has been collaborating with district nurses from the local organisation 4beimir/Futur Uno in Berlin. The two groups have been meeting for several months, discussing and envisioning different ways to care. As a result of that "We will be here/Who Cares?" is not only an art project, but also a practice, a tryout, and a proposition. A place to research. A place to be. A place to care for and be cared for.