THE MOON BELONGS TO EVERYONE, depicts the contemporary experience of migration, of shifting continents and mindsets, of hybridisation and dislocation. A kaleidoscope of seemingly diverse individuals viewed in isolation against a common, indeterminate landscape, the artwork frames a metaphor for an increasingly ubiquitous, non-specific, ever-changing, global identity. The subjects hail from different parts of the world; they don’t necessarily know one another, nor do they share the same heritage. And yet, they each find themselves caught in a similar liminal space — hovering somewhere between ‘there’ and ‘here.’ THE MOON BELONGS TO EVERYONE, acts as an allegory of a new global identity positioned in the in-between; an identity suspended between origin and destination, located in the crosshairs between the dissonant and the lyrical; a space I personally found myself in after leaving my homeland and migrating to a new country. Consisting of photographic portraits, landscapes, still-lifes, and still-video, THE MOON BELONGS TO EVERYONE, utilizes an expanded field of media production to instigate a dialogue with the photographic form. THE MOON BELONGS TO EVERYONE, is presented as an immersive multi-channel video installation and a photobook. In both iterations, the artwork breaks apart and re-forms at its own rate and at the rate at which the viewer chooses to experience it. Please contact me for further information.