Transitions. Changes. Being on the move. What is that all about? Trying to go back to spaces of the past is futile. Instead, nomadic-world-citizens wear their homes in their bodies. They transform meaningless spaces into places of intimate interaction. Thereby, they wander the world and are always at home. And abroad. At the same time. They are composites, assamblagges on perpetual construction. This body of work explores the transitions of two nomadic-world-citizens who left their country of origin several years ago. They have moved houses a few times. However, their search for home is still ongoing. Bringing together all the places where they have lived since they arrived on the green island is a way to become aware of their fractured, yet somehow connected identity. This in turn trow the ball back at you: when does a house become your home? What does your house tell about you?
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- Photography in Practice; Photography in Theory Research and Enterprise Group
- Centre for Digital Media Cultures
- Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories
- Centre for Transforming Sexuality and Gender
- School of Art and Media - Senior Lecturer