The Moon Belongs to Everyone Book Dummy The Moon Belongs to Everyone, depicts the modern-day story of migration, of shifting continents and mindsets, of hybridisation and dislocation. The subjects hail from different parts of the world. They don’t necessarily know one another, nor do they share the same heritage. However, they each find themselves living in a similar liminal space — somewhere between ‘there’ and ‘here.’ An alternating kaleidoscope of a collective of seemingly diverse individuals, viewed in isolation against a common, unidentifiable space, The Moon Belongs to Everyone, suggests that identities, histories, and memories, are perhaps continuously in flux. The photobook is comprised of 36 plates, printed on transposable pages. The viewer is given authority to (re)position the pages and personally construct multiple narratives; new narratives may unfold with each interaction with the book. The Moon Belongs to Everyone, frames a metaphor for an increasingly ubiquitous, non-specific, ever-changing, global identity. This book is not yet available for sale. Please contact for any inquiries.