<p>2018<br />
2nd untitled work in progress</p>
<p>2018<br />
2nd untitled work in progress</p>
<p>2018<br />
2nd untitled work in progress</p>
<p>2018<br />
2nd untitled work in progress</p>
<p>2018<br />
2nd untitled work in progress</p>
<p>2018<br />
2nd untitled work in progress</p>
<p>2018<br />
2nd untitled work in progress</p>
<p>2018<br />
2nd untitled work in progress</p>

Untitled project, material collection about food, ethnic or national identity and migration. Subject of one 16mm film are the monastery, chapel and cave in Pithiviers, 80km south of Paris, that housed the Armenian eremite monk Gregory of Nicopolis. He undertook a pilgrimage from historical Armenia to France around the year 992 and died in Pithiviers in 999.
While living there, he is said to have invented honey bread that he made with simple ingredients and shared with believers. Pain d'epice is sold in bakeries around the region but also all through France throughout the year. In Germany and England and the US, varieties of honey bread like Lebkuchen, Pfefferkuchen or ginger bread are typically sold around christmas while in the Netherlands ontbijtkoek is typical breakfast food.

This project will in the future probably tie in with Magic City, which deals with similar themes.