“Yes, the border is not on the land, it is drawn on ones heart. Unfortunately around the world there are many walls and barriers where families meet on opposite sides. Now that I have lived almost fifty years away from the place I called home, I have accepted the identity of an exile, and I feel closer to the community of people who live across barbed wires, barriers and checkpoints.”
The artist discusses a life mapped through art and how themes of exile and loss are embedded in her work.
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