LIFE IN REFUGEE CAMPS
In the refugee camps, stories arise that are born in different countries and contexts and intersect in the common areas of those camps: markets, schools and the spaces that serve as streets. They are stories that in their plurality create a certain connection, a new meaning. Refugees inhabit the center of these strange spaces.
Something that belonged to them becomes nothing and they themselves, who were someone, become nothing. They often live in unsafe and risky places that, paradoxically, are safer than their homes. With them arise more suspicions than certainties and more doubts than trust. Borders are continually being erected where they are and where they are going. Still, with patience, they try to open a future in these walls and find their way in the street labyrinths through which they walk.