THE STATIONS is a unique project directed by Marksteen Adamson tracing the emotional journey of refugees, provoking reflection and daring us to respond. Drawing on the emotional suffering represented by the traditional 14 ‘Stations of the Cross’ it encapsulates the experiences and stories of refugees as they embark on a harrowing emotional as well as geographical journey.
Insight into the lives and stories of refugees is captured by the camera of artist and campaigner Marksteen Adamson.
The project led to a collaboration between Marksteen Adamson and Justin Brierley, Krish Kandiah, Lou Dawson, Oly Ralfe and Julie Tomlin.
The Stations seeks to reinterpret an ancient series of images that has spoken for centuries to those who have themselves experienced suffering. Christ’s journey of suffering is a universal one played out in the suffering of people from all faith backgrounds, captured here in stark and arresting ways through the stories of a modern humanitarian crisis.
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The effects of drug and alcohol abuse and other addictions are far-reaching. Children in families where one or both parents are addicts are affected in a number of ways from neglect to poverty. School holidays can be a particularly stressful time for parents and children and days out, funded by The Big Cold Turkey Foundation, can provide a welcome break and memorable time between parents and children.
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Whether it’s smoking, drinking too much, eating chocolate, overspending or even biting your nails, The Big Cold Turkey is here to help you show those nasty little habits who's boss. It’s time to take control of your life and give it up!