Migration and expatriation are inextricably linked in the collective conscience of Europeans and of the whole world as a flow of people. The image of people walking through the harshest conditions towards a better future is imprinted in everyone’s minds. Along the European border, though, a different phenomenon is evolving rapidly. Next to the barbed wires, the immigrants create settlements and develop habits similar to any other social structure. A town built in mud; a town built where no one else chose to settle. Towns where kids smile and play, where people withstand every hardship with their heads up, create new homes, protest and turn their backs on violence. They search, like modern-day Hamlets, the meaning of life and travel to infinity through the eyes of their children.

Cities…on hold.
Back to Top