Charles Heller originally from Geneva, completed a Masters in International Studies at Goldsmiths University, London, and graduated in Fine Arts from the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Geneva. Over the last few years his work has mainly focused on the politics of migration and the politicity of art and media. In 2005, he released the 40′ video “NEM – NEE” on the social consequences of the new developments in asylum laws in Switzerland, screened at the U.N. in Geneva and human rights festivals. In 2006 he released “Crossroads at the Edge of Worlds”, a 37’ video on Sub-Saharan transit migrants in Morocco produced within the Maghreb Connection project. In 2009 he released the historical inquiry into the Swiss migration regime “Home Sweet Home”. Between 2009 and 2010 he explored the reapropriation of human rights within the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) “information campaigns” in Africa. He is currently producing video and spatial evidence of non-assistance to migrants at sea during NATO’s intervention in Libya. He is working towards a PhD in Research Architecture at Goldsmiths.