I Would Have Freed Myself

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On Friday July 8th and Saturday July 9th Helena Deda and Alex Faoro will share a small collection of work at the new Millennium Film space in Brooklyn. This presentation will happen in conjunction with the release of Helena’s new poetry and photography book, I Would Have Freed Myself.

“This book was assembled in early 2022, some months after traveling home to Kosova for the first time in a decade. The text and images contained herein are an embodiment of my lived experience over the past twenty-three years; as a woman, as a refugee, as an immigrant. As someone who is still searching for herself - in spaces, in memories, in dreams.

The selected poems were written in New York throughout 2019; the exact dates are unknown. The accompanying photographs were produced at various locations in Kosova, Albania and Montenegro, while retracing the path taken by myself and countless others during the Serbian incursion and NATO bombardment of Yugoslavia in 1999.”
- I Would Have Freed Myself, Introduction

The book will be available for purchase the night of the event.

The evening will include a short reading, slide projections and a small video installation. Helena and Alex will also share a work-in-progress excerpt.

All proceeds (from book sales) will be donated to a refugee relief fund and / or shared directly with families and individuals in need.

Event Information:
Friday July 8th +
Saturday July 9th
7 pm to 11 pm
167 Wilson Ave, Brooklyn
$5 suggested donation
Installation on view until the 14th


Millennium Film Workshop - Nueva York, Estados Unidos


Se repite cada día 2 veces.
Viernes, Julio 8, 2022 - De 19:00 hasta 23:00
Sábado, Julio 9, 2022 - De 19:00 hasta 23:00



Viernes, Julio 8, 2022 - De 19:00 hasta 23:00
Sábado, Julio 9, 2022 - De 19:00 hasta 23:00
  • 167 Wilson Avenue
    11237   New York, New York
    United States
    40° 42' 0.1152" N, 73° 55' 26.9616" W