In 2012, the brilliant Natasha Ali wanted to make a video of Pechito, a friendly man who lived on the corner near her home in Buenos Aires.
Before I left for Poland, I prepared documentation to get me around the country. Imagine my dismay when I arrived in Rzesów, and my cell had no service—and I had no way to access my document.
Beautiful, isn’t it? And it’s not too difficult to get there, either, with a little bit of research and determination.
I didn’t have to stay in Monheim Am Rhein. I wanted to, though, and so I did.
Although I like all travelling in general, a friend noted that I seem to most enjoy “fringe travelling”—going to small towns that even nearby locals don’t know. I like that term.
A post about the panel discussion, “Politics and Art: The Role of the Arts in Promoting Human Rights and Exposing Injustices.”