/22 Outer spaces

Katrin Koenning

You Can Always See Orion

Sitting almost exactly on the celestial equator, Orion can be seen from anywhere in the world (except, at times, the Antarctic). In a migrant existence, the idea of a shared sky – one that defies borders – is of great comfort. You Can Always See Orion traces fragments of personal trajectories (album pictures, memories, objects that have crossed borders) across three generations, five countries and four continents.