An unconverted Palazzo in Zabbar is serving as a venue for site specific interventions. After having been the home of a noble family the Palazzo served as a police station and was partly burned down during the anti-colonial uprisings in the 1958. Some locals still have personal memories. Later the Palazzo served as a depot […]

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We are visiting Pawlos who lives since 5 month in Kalkara together with Mohamed.

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Car ride to the south of Malta on Sunday around the detention center.

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Door knockers were found in numerous motifs, shapes and sizes in Malta.

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Maebel forgott his key at Triton Fountain in Vallette Triton, in Greek mythology, a merman, demigod of the sea; he was the son of the sea god, Poseidon, and his wife, Amphitrite. According to the Greek poet Hesiod, Triton dwelt with his parents in a golden palace in the depths of the sea. Sometimes he […]

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Shooting with the participants of the workshop in Valletta at the Volunteer Center.

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Independence Day is one of the five national holidays in Malta.

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“Toyour” meets the reality of politics when the Trump administration’s travel ban forces Samer, a green card holder, to cancel international shows and puts into question the upcoming release of his album in Beirut.

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"Wonderful, delightful...so good," 7 year old Sidra describes what it’s like to be in school in Turkey.

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