The narrative of "Irfaran" emerges from the author's travels across the Baltic States, northern Germany and Italy, as well as in the UK. Tracing a lineage of Wanderschaft back to the Middle Ages, this travelling artist passes through the Baltic States down to Odessa, from West Germany to the former East, from Swansea across to the Mumbles and then on to northern England, seeking to find meaning in the act of arriving, as both tourist and worker. From these journeys, impressions of the places visited are initially recorded in photographs and writings, and subsequently developed into "Souvenir Sculptures". Brigitte Jurack's sculptural works, travel writings and monochrome photographs provide moments of revelation triggered by the peripheral and neglected architecture of modern cities pressured by tourism. Illustrated with over 30 black and white plates, together with photographic documentation of the sculptures.