Every morning, in the moment just before we wake, we are all the same.
Then, like the clothes we wear, our identities begin to fill in:
Boy, girl, man, woman, child, teen, adult, senior. Doctor, painter, driver, accountant, manager, teacher, student.French, American, Czech, Latino, British, African, Roma, European.
In September 2015, our first waking moment stayed the same — but what came next began to change.
People seeking refuge from war and poverty are on the move, Europe is shaken by terrorist attacks, the people and their leaders react…
Imagine waking up one day and that moment of sameness does not fade. Unaware of divisions, you start out on your way…
Everyone you meet is concerned with identity — “Who are we?”, Who are they?”