New Projects and Old Exiles

When you are building a life in absence, what does it mean to be free in exile and imprisoned at home? As a geographer, I’m taught that spaces are never empty, but full of processes and stories yet to be told. That the naming of a space can be the very creation of place. So... Continue Reading →

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Trauma introduces therapy in the day to day. The long walk Underwater swims Train rides and buses to them Memories turned short stories And therapy introduces trauma to the same. The paralyzing song The suffocating scent Worst case scenario daydreams And what’s strange is that though I see Palestine everywhere, around every corner, the sounds... Continue Reading →

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