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Day 112, Year of #Mygration: Who Are We?

A stitch in time - part of the artwork

This week, we are focusing on the Who Are We? Project, part of the Tate Exchange Programme, held last month in London.

The coming together of arts, activism and academia through the Who Are We? installation in the Tate Exchange is a powerful way to communicate the everyday realities of ‘hostile environment’ policies towards migrants and asylum seekers. After attending the symposium on The Politics of Un-Belonging, organised by academics from The Open University, PhD student and filmmaker Anna Colom produced this one minute video to show the obstacles that challenge the daily lives of many people in the UK. It follows thefloor trail mapping what ‘hostile environment’ policies – visually narrated through the recent Liberty publication. The trail is complemented with the audio of Selina Nwulu’s spoken word. 

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