John Perivolaris has received commissions to work on major photographic projects in the UK and abroad. Often collaborative, his projects use photography, text, and related media to reflect on diasporic states of being. Revealing how places are layered by time, his work is concerned with how the past is regenerated, the existential use of knowledge and memory, and how meaning is formed through migration, travel and our attachment to specific locations. The analogue photographs included in this blog mark moments of journeys which unfurl along rolls of film. These are loaded into compact cameras such as the Olympus Mju ii and carried in the pocket as the photographer’s own life unfurls.