“Veils of Aleppo”   Aleppo cast veils, sheets of fabric that had a previous life of comfort and warmth in its inhabitants beds and homes. Now they are stretched in between buildings, trying to confuse aiming bullets from reaching the heads of the city’s citizens. Men, women and children are treated to the same fate, when a wind blows and reveals the shadow running behind them. We watch reality becoming television, and television becoming our reality.

“Veils of Aleppo”

Aleppo cast veils, sheets of fabric that had a previous life of comfort and warmth in its inhabitants beds and homes. Now they are stretched in between buildings, trying to confuse aiming bullets from reaching the heads of the city’s citizens. Men, women and children are treated to the same fate, when a wind blows and reveals the shadow running behind them. We watch reality becoming television, and television becoming our reality.

“Right to Asylum”  They take their last resort of escape, of pursuit of a better life through the sea. The sea offers them their “Right to Asylum. ”They’ve weigh the risks and choose the safer option. The boat that is meant to rescue them caps down and take them to their new welcoming home, their “land of safety.” No visa required, all is welcome in this location that has not been claimed by humans who are calling the safety of land their own, rejecting others, condemning them to the sea.

“Right to Asylum”

They take their last resort of escape, of pursuit of a better life through the sea. The sea offers them their “Right to Asylum. ”They’ve weigh the risks and choose the safer option. The boat that is meant to rescue them caps down and take them to their new welcoming home, their “land of safety.” No visa required, all is welcome in this location that has not been claimed by humans who are calling the safety of land their own, rejecting others, condemning them to the sea.