The Stranger’s Tale
With stories of human kindness, joy, alienation, discrimination and connection The Stranger’s Tale documents a rich tapestry of diverse human experience and narrative which celebrates life in Hull as experienced through the eyes of a stranger.
Photographer and artist Quentin Budworth has worked with people from the Open Doors community to collect and encourage the creation of stories, drawings, writings voice recordings, music, songs and photographs of their untold and largely unheard stories.
The Stranger’s Tale is based at The Open Doors, Princes Avenue, Hull. The Open Doors project aims to work with asylum seekers both who have asylum claims on and who have been turned down and become destitute. To support refugees, enabling them to integrate into the local society and live independent and confident lives successfully. The Open Doors Project happens every thursday morning and attracts between 50 and 150 people including volunteers per session.
For more information about Quentin Budworth visit http://quentinbudworth.com/
For more information about Open Doors visit http://opendoors-hull.org.uk/