H is a long term project that investigates the concept of Homeland. Started with homecoming and continued by following lines and paths away, with a need to show gone absences and find unexpected presences, the project has taken on a form of a intimate family album in which the endless question is whether memory can mark a new geography and biography can become autobiography.
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