The focus of this work cycle is the Hamburg district Veddel - about 70 different nationalities live together under 5000 inhabitants. This "global village" is a kind of gathering that contradicts previous national narratives. The city of Hamburg does not get along with this image either. Veddel is labeled in media reports as a "problem district" and is one of the so-called "No-Go-Areas". But Veddel can also be thought of as a model for the future, where the idea of community has to be rethought and changed. "Heimat is in Crisis" is about exile, migration, class relations... - on the basis of a so called No-Go-Area within a wealthy German port city.