Exhibition at Custom Folkestone by Daniella Valz Gen
An investigation of the complexity of what belonging can mean as an experience. This work reflects embodied explorations of communion with the land through the process of embedding a body in the landscape. Daniella Valz Gen’s work stems from ecological concerns that expand to urgent socio-political issues. The work asks: Where does the migrant body belong? What does it mean to belong to more than one place? How do we forge our relationship to the land we occupy?
Supported by ]performance s p a c e[ and Arts Council England
Part of SOMETHING HELD IN THE MOUTH