The Longing Of The Stranger Whose Path Has Been Broken
A title translated from Bedouin poetry, The Longing Of The Stranger Whose Path Has Been Broken is a personal project in which I reconnect to my roots and explore the meaning of home and the idea of belonging in the liminal Bedouin life in South Sinai, Egypt. Working collaboratively with members in the community to depict a contemporary portrayal of the Bedou’ identity, the project invites the community to engage with the photographic bodies of work including their commentary in traditional mediums such as poetry, storytelling, sound and embroidery. This series depicts the liminal daily life in South Sinai narrated by members of the community.
Tobias Beach-Wyld • Andrew Brown • Sarah Douglas • Rehab Eldalil • Amy Lawrence • Clodagh Moreland • Roxana Savin • Bren Slade • Michael Turner • Helik Van Rynswoud •