Fifty years ago, Belgium signed a migration agreement with Morocco.  The ‘guest workers’ of those days now have children, grandchildren, and in some cases great-grandchildren in Belgium. Yet, they did not cut the ties to their homeland.  Every summer, entire families travel between Belgium and Morocco. This ritual is more than a holiday: it strengthens family ties, brings the past back to life, but also reaffirms their connection with Belgium; a connection in space and time.

An interpretation on assignment for the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp, Belgium