The breadtime story

The breadtime story

The unconventional museum of bread in which the ticket is paid for after the tour, in which the owner is the curator, in which the curator is the host, and in which the host is an artist.

Stay at home, return to self

Stay at home, return to self

New beginnings are always tricky. For most of us, undergoing a change is the major challenge. For me, settling into new environment is never that easy, and, coupled with complexities of bureaucracy and permeating fear from disease, additionally added to the uneasiness...

Business and leisure in London Docklands

Business and leisure in London Docklands

World Travel Market is held annually at ExCeL, an exhibitions and international convention centre nested at the Royal London docks, between Canary Wharf and London City Airport. Together with hotels, massive carpark for thousands of cars, and two Dockland Light Railway (DLR) stations, makes a gigantic cluster of so called nonplaces.

The Bridge on the Drina

The Bridge on the Drina

There is this small town in the east of Republika Srpska in Bosnia, that nested at the confluence of the mighty river Drina and its small tributary Rzav. In this town, everything is small; the houses, the shops, the streets, the number of people inhabiting it. At...

The contested past of Ukraine

The contested past of Ukraine

In the early 1930s, the great famine descended on Ukraine. Claimed to be an intentional and man-made act which aimed to prevent the Ukrainian independence movement by Stalin, the term Holodomor carries in itself a weight of tragedy, suffering, and great human...

Inside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

Inside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

It was an early Orthodox Easter morning when we set off from Kiev towards Belarus borders to visit that place called a post-apocalyptic world by the many. It was 28th April 2019, 33 years and two days after the infamous Chernobyl nuclear disaster, an event that is...