Till Roeskens has chosen to live his art as grassroots involvement. Artist, agricultural worker, goatherd but also storyteller, from Germany to Venice, from Israel to Palestine via the Alps, the Camargue and Marseille, he tells Switch (on Paper) about his nomadic yet perfectly situated experiences.
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Emmaus is an international solidarity movement to combat poverty and homelessness.
From Germany to Venice I grew up in Germany, in various places, including Düsseldorf. My adopted father had deep admiration for Joseph Beuys. I remember the news of his death in 1986. I was 12 years old. I came to France at the age of 16 for a language stay that was supposed to last…
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