Funds raised from the sale of limited edition prints go to support Syrian refugees living in Zaatari camp through Save the Children International's programs on the ground.
27 Where I Live
You can search for psychological insight, mental anguish or inner torment and you will find it everywhere in Zaatari, but then you turn a corner and you are suddenly stopped, transfixed by the stark reality of what actually is in front of you: a grotesque hybrid shack of aluminum and ripped tent. This is ‘home’ to a family, the paraphernalia of how they eat and survive stacked up on one side: a toy for a child, a bucket. Evidence of all that has not been provided or supplied. Only the mother ‘guarding’ this home provides, in her dignity, proof of human concern.
You can search for psychological insight, mental anguish or inner torment and you will find it everywhere in Zaatari, but then you turn a corner and you are suddenly stopped, transfixed by the stark reality of what actually is in front of you: a grotesque hybrid shack of aluminum and ripped tent. This is ‘home’ to a family, the paraphernalia of how they eat and survive stacked up on one side: a toy for a child, a bucket. Evidence of all that has not been provided or supplied. Only the mother ‘guarding’ this home provides, in her dignity, proof of human concern.


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