This is a continuation of Return to the Body project, which captures a new dimension that was missing from the photographs. A reflection on issues of body in relation to topography, geography, identity, and marginalization. Through this film, the plight of the Kurds, who claim their identity by deforming the landscape and fitting the human body where it belongs, and yet being alive after all the forces of marginalization from the outsiders. This intervention created a unique perspective way of approaching the traces of our history instead of being an abhorrence piece. The language of the human body is used to tell the narrative of a people who has been denied of its land and forced to change.
This short film emerged from one of my poem that explores the idea of searching for the missing and the transformation of human's imagination.