Human migration has always been an active process in forming social structures worldwide.
Political, economic or natural catastrophes oblige people to flee from one place to another.
Sometimes, they migrate voluntarily, hoping for an affluent livelihood.

But migration is not all about moving from one place to another; it is a complex psychological journey to survive in a different environment and integrate into a new society. It is a journey to find belonging and existence, and in the long run, it is also about flourishing with a unique entity.

"The Naturalised ones" depicts the persona of a few individuals who experienced or inherited such a migration journey and eventually integrated into British society. (Photographs from the individual's family archive have been embodied to give a glimpse of their journey)

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