Tribambuka Nowhere to Go but Anywhere Notebook
Tribambuka Nowhere to Go but Anywhere Notebook
Tribambuka Nowhere to Go but Anywhere Notebook
Tribambuka Nowhere to Go but Anywhere Notebook
Tribambuka Nowhere to Go but Anywhere Notebook
Tribambuka Nowhere to Go but Anywhere Notebook

Tribambuka Nowhere to Go but Anywhere Notebook

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This spiral bound notebook features artwork from the brand new Nowhere to Go but Anywhere exhibition, now on at the Migration Museum in Lewisham.

Nowhere to Go but Anywhere is a new multimedia solo exhibition by multidisciplinary artist Tribambuka that invites audiences to delve into the many layers of what “home” means.

“Nowhere to Go but Anywhere explores the feeling of being a stranger everywhere you go. You leave home and you change, and when you go back, everything’s different. But you’re not completely a part of your new home either. How do we find the sense of home? How do we reinvent our identity?
Who are we when our world falls apart?

“I’d love to think of Home in a wider, human sense. Home as an archetypal symbol, abode, refuge, womb, safe space, but also a confinement,  something that we have to leave behind at some point, and look for it all our lives, till we maybe become a home to someone else, or ourselves.” – Tribambuka

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MEET THE MAKER
Anastasia Beltyukova  (Tribambuka)

Beltyukova is a Russian born, London based award-winning illustrator, animation director & artist.  Anastasia has collaborated with the museum for many years now and has produced animations including directing and animating the film for Heart of the Nation.

Her practice is concerned with the themes of shifting identity, home and belonging. As a British artist with Russian roots, she takes a critical approach to the complexities of her heritage through a contemporary lens of feminist thought and mythological thinking.

All artworks are limited edition.


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