This is a story among many, linked to the great wave of migration after World War II and the re-use of this space to accommodate civilians during the war in former Yugoslavia.
There’s a female figure moving in this space. She is at the boundary between an emptied woman, dressed in mourning, almost a ghost and a living presence at the same time. Everything around her is broken. As if she was in a theatre, she challenges the emptiness with gestures like preparing a bread dough, trying to capture the sunlight in a tent or trying to find a glimmer of life.
THROUGH is the point from which to start a daily life stopped suddenly, it could be for an eviction, a bombardment, a plunder, a natural phenomenon, an abandonment, persecution, a judgment, a death.