Breaking the rules and crossing borders is inherent to Joost Conijn’s
work. He’s built a gate in the Sahara desert, an airplane with which he crossed Central-Africa, and more recently, he’s been living in refugee camps and recording their daily lives (without the official permission). But daring, denouncing, and spreading a truthful and sincere point of view is basic to us all, especially in the post-truth era where facts seem to have no importance whatsoever. Today, we talk with the artist and filmmaker about taking risks and how are our opinions shaped.