The partners of the project come from four different countries in Europe: Serbia, Slovenia, Austria and the United Kingdom. The partnership includes one museum of modern and contemporary art that houses a pioneering collection of Eastern European post-war avant-garde works from early 1960s to the present day, and a long tradition of public and educational programmes (Moderna galerija MG+MSUM, Slovenia); an institute of modern art that operates as a “useful museum” and supports underrepresented voices through its programmes (mima, UK); a leading European training centre for artists with the main objective of conveying a complex understanding of art to a knowledge-based society (Akademie der Bildenden Kunste, Austria); and a museum specialized in innovative interpretation of cultural heritage of Yugoslavia, with a special emphasis on social history (Museum of Yugoslav History, Serbia). In the context of migration, the UK and Austria are traditionally known as destination countries, while Serbia and Slovenia have transformed from countries of origin to those of destination over the last 25 years. Moreover, two of the countries have the status of being settled members of the European Union (Austria and Slovenia), while the other two are in the process of redefining their relationship toward the Union, one in the process of joining it (Serbia), and the other in the process of leaving it (UK).