“In this work, I was able to capture the movement of the migrants. It took many months to get to this final decision. I was patient because this work speaks of migrants and migration. All along the routes of migration in the world today, there are pieces of fabrics ripped off the peoples’ clothes, caught in the fences or the bushes. The people continue on their journey, and the fabrics mark the routes of migration, as a guide to those following behind, searching for a better life”.
Extract from interview by Robert Preece – Sculpture Magazine April 2018