What if the person you trusted the most ended up in prison? Many people cannot imagine that a close relative would commit a crime. Yet this book offers a photographic series of the families of detainees, who are suddenly confronted with ethical questions that put their relationships under great pressure. And with that, a long process of re-evaluation begins. While the lives of the families continue, the imprisoned persons enter a sort of time capsule. Family Stranger aims to create awareness of the struggles that these families endure, shedding light on a topic that is often considered taboo. Just like the criminal relative, the family can be socially convicted as well.
232 pages, 20 x 28 cm, hardcover, The Eriskay Connection (Breda).