Where are you from? I am from everywhere. I was born in Istanbul to where my family had migrated from the Balkans in the 60s. There is an extra word in Turkish for these kind of migrants: göçmen. Later, when my mother and I moved to Hungary, it took a while until we got our identity card. So we became undocumented citizens in our homeland.
I can’t stand borders and systems creating borders.
Migration is a fundamental human right.
Here, you find my works about migration between countries, cultures and social classes. Should it be people or plants, the research into changing one’s whereabouts is the most powerful school to learn from each other.