AVIA - EUROPE, A FAMILY MATTER
When was the last time you wondered what your grandmother's life was like when she was your age? AVIA (Latin for "grandmother") focuses on pairs of granddaughters and grandmothers. The interview series wants to look across borders. Borders between generations, between identities, and between countries in the EU and beyond. The portraits of unique women and stories create an exchange, build trust and enable a change of perspective. Let's talk together about life, feminism, politics and family.
Most recent Interviews
5 minutes ago there were ten of us sitting at the dining table of the big farmhouse, with homemade cakes and coffee. Now there are only three of us (...)
Fransje and her grandmother arranged to meet me at a cultural hall in Beveren-Waas, a suburb of Antwerp, where Fransje is from and her grandmother still lives. The culture hall is hosting a coffee place (...)
At the age of 93, my grandmother is often annoyed that she has lost so many centimetres as she ages. She tries very hard to keep her back straight when walking, hoping to look taller. She still walks for 30 minutes to an hour a day with a confident stride...