In this Issue
Our first issue of the decade explores the concept of home.What drives us to do this, to move cities, countries, or continents, be it for the short run or the long run? And how do we make sense of notions of home, belonging and identity in those circumstances? These questions have occupied many before us, and we attempt to explore them in this issue.
Letter from the Editors
Arts and Culture
This Bahraini graphic and spatial designer tells us.
“It has to be put on this one specific channel.”
‘The words “Iraq” and “refugee” invited unwelcome questions.’
Gulf residents and natives tell us.
A new view of Kuwait.
Is where we grew up our home?
This artist tells us.
A tribute to the migration of the poet’s tribe, who travelled across the Empty Quarter to find a home in the oasis of Al Ain.
“My home spits me out every night.”
“I’ll always be here”
“I am the grandchild of the East.”
“I never thought I’d miss home, not the physical place, but the way of life there.”
She constructs a home/ Out of rubble and bricks of agony.