At home I always used to gaze at an old photograph of some of my Andalusian relatives with curiosity. With the passing of years this photograph has given me an image of how I think Andalusia might be like. Al-Andalus is the result of approximately three years of research in the south of Spain, an area I did not know nor in which I have lived, but which is my family’s place of origin and current place of residence.
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