Tourists vs. Refugees
In summer 2015 in a relatively short amount of time, the flux of migrants from Africa and the Middle East to Europe has grown to almost biblical proportions, making immigration one of the most pressing issues of contemporary societies. The Greek holiday island Kos became a bottleneck of this global refugee stream. The tourists and migrants were directly confronting each other on the island’s beaches and capital. Every morning hundreds of Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans landed on the island’s beaches where just hours later Germans, British and Swedes would relax in the sun.