Nana Varveropoulou is a freelance photographer, artist and senior lecturer in Photography based in London. Nana’s work predominately explores issues relating to migration and social justice through the investigation of personal spaces and individual experiences, often through the process of collaboration. Her projects include ‘No Man’s Land” – a collaborative project that explores experiences of indefinite immigration detention in Colnbrook Immigration Detention Centre; ‘At Home’ – a project that was inspired by the stories of several Cypriot refugees who returned to visit their birth homes and villages after thirty years of exile; and ‘228’ – a series of images that explores the relationship between architecture, domestic space and collective memory. Her most recent research project is “Alternative Provision” a collaborative project exploring the issue of exclusion from mainstream education in the UK in collaboration with students attending The Boxing Academy – a Pupil Referral Unit in Hackney. Nana’s work has been published and exhibited nationally and internationally.