The group of people without a fixed residence, known as modern-day nomads or transmigrants, is growing. Being constantly ‘on the move’ and ‘homeless’ is what these people have in common. Expats from the European quarter, refugees and homeless people explored for several months the notions of privacy and intimacy that are the foundations of a home. They exhibit their most precious objects and portray their stories. Because no matter where people live, in a row house or under a bridge, one always creates this sense of home with a couple of items.

The expo was already on display at the Cinquantenaire Museum (2010), the Kaaitheater (2010), the Halles de Schaerbeek (2011) and during the Enterfestival Gent (2011).

A project by: Ann Van de Vyvere (Irma Firma) commissioned by Globe Aroma.
Participants: Jean-Marie Semanda, Khaled Salah Diah, Yaccine Makhbane, Greet Van Autgaerden, Ouahid Bouzid, Stephan Fokou Tatchop, Abdoulaye Traore, Sergio Rangel Penzo, Aisha Riaz, Lies Craeynest, Annelies Vaneycken, Nourddine Bouali, Said El Jaroudi, Vera Medinskaya, Jeroen Peeters
This project is in collaboration with: Jubelparkmuseum (KMKG) en het Klein Kasteeltje.
Supported by: the Flemish Minister of Culture, the Flemish Community Commission, the King Baudouin Foundation and Welfare