This Refugee Week, we would like to invite you to a screening of ‘Conversio’, a film by Polish artist Malgorzata Dawidek. The attention-grabbing film is a riot of kaleidoscopic forms and morphing body parts set to a mish-mashed soundtrack of women’s voices recounting their stories (some original and accented, some translated). Floating speaking lips, disembodied limbs arranged in bizarre flower shapes, and disconnected facial features all provide a strange and engaging accompaniment to these tales of dislocation, providing a surreal visual form to the sense of not knowing how to belong.