It turns out that many refugees choose to bring their house keys when they are forced to flee. This key becomes the symbol of the life they once had, and are hoping to have again. Together with internationally renowned photographer Pieter ten Hoopen we designed a photo exhibition, showcasing house keys of refugees and the owners of them. The hope of a home. And we positioned it at the place where it all began five years ago – the heart of Stockholm Central Station.
Together with the keys and their portraits we printed stories, snapshots, of the lives they used to lead, the long and often winding roads that took them from their homes, and their hopes for the future.