The Roma Jam Session Art Kollektiv (RJSaK) is the first artist collective in Switzerland and Europe performing in public spaces and art institutions in order to make the current issues of the Roma visible. The Zurich based artist group works transdisciplinary with members from art, theater, music and design. Since their first intervention in a local art space in 2013, RJSaK has shown their work in Zurich, Bern, Basel, Geneva, Madrid, Berlin, London, Bucharest and Skopje. Between 2014 and 2018 the collective was involved with Roma organisations and NGOs in campaigns, as well as with the Federal Office for Culture (BAK), to shape the rights and the recognition of the Roma, Sinti and Yenish people in Switzerland. Up till today – unlikely to Sinti and Yenish people – the Roma people are culturaly not recognised in Switzerland, so RJSaK passed the Borders and started to work transnationally. Well known for their graphical and performative interventions RJSaK was invited to Museum and art spaces since the beginning: Shedhalle 2013, Kunsthaus Zurich 2015, Kunstmuseum Basel 2017, the MoCA Skopje 2022 as well as Helmhaus in Zurich and actually Kai Dikhas Foundation in Berlin 2023.