Commencing on Monday 17th June, Refugee Week UK will witness various arts events take place in various locations. Acknowledging the stories of refugees and asylum seekers, this crucial week offers a voice to the often marginalised, allowing for conversations to take place to promote collaboration and a sense of community. One of this year’s projects is Cohere – an immersive installation originating from award winning poet, Zaffar Kunial’s writings. Using his words as a starting point, four visual artists, Geoff Brokate being one of them would go on to craft creations as a response, resulting in Cohere. Ahead of the installation’s first showing, Geoff talks to us about the event’s creative process, responses from creatives towards the initial workshops and what audiences can expect!