17 Photos - Sep 10, 2014
Photo: Photo: Photo: "Tracing Places"
By Britt Kootstra and Arvid van der Rijt.
With different motives people move from one place to another with the intention of settling in the new location. How does migration work? How do people travel from one part of the world to the other, be it close or far away? How do maps, charts and statistics relate to actual people crossing the globe? Tracing Places focuses on the act of traveling, the movements of people. Hand drawn maps, an installation with film and sound and a mosaic of conversations make these evanescent traces visible.Photo: Photo: "Tracing Places"
By Britt Kootstra and Arvid van der Rijt.
With different motives people move from one place to another with the intention of settling in the new location. How does migration work? How do people travel from one part of the world to the other, be it close or far away? How do maps, charts and statistics relate to actual people crossing the globe? Tracing Places focuses on the act of traveling, the movements of people. Hand drawn maps, an installation with film and sound and a mosaic of conversations make these evanescent traces visible.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: "Tracing Places"
By Britt Kootstra and Arvid van der Rijt.
With different motives people move from one place to another with the intention of settling in the new location. How does migration work? How do people travel from one part of the world to the other, be it close or far away? How do maps, charts and statistics relate to actual people crossing the globe? Tracing Places focuses on the act of traveling, the movements of people. Hand drawn maps, an installation with film and sound and a mosaic of conversations make these evanescent traces visible.Photo: Photo: Photo: "Tracing Places"
By Britt Kootstra and Arvid van der Rijt.
With different motives people move from one place to another with the intention of settling in the new location. How does migration work? How do people travel from one part of the world to the other, be it close or far away? How do maps, charts and statistics relate to actual people crossing the globe? Tracing Places focuses on the act of traveling, the movements of people. Hand drawn maps, an installation with film and sound and a mosaic of conversations make these evanescent traces visible.