“Cards of Qatar” features digital collectible FIFA World Cup 2022 cards that help us remember those who built the stadiums.
Coyote Sculptures in Mexico and US Share Vital Information With Migrants
Libre Gutierrez’s installations, Transportapueblos, Companion of Migrants, are tattooed with maps of Mexico and provide supplies like water.
To Mourn the Lives of Drowned Migrants, an Artist Builds a Cemetery in Tunisia
Rachid Koraichi’s Jardin d’Afrique (Garden of Africa) will serve as a burial site and memorial for migrants who have died in the Mediterranean Sea. Although it is scheduled to open next spring, the cemetery already buried 56 bodies of drowned migrants.
In Encountering a Sinking Migrant Ship, a Pilot Confronts the Edges of her Civilization
In the film, Styx, the protagonist’s fancy yacht, independence, and wisely provisioned voyage emerge as emblems of blind exclusivity, and the technologies of her civilization are tainted with civic mercilessness.
An Interactive Story Follows Two Migrants on Their Journeys to Europe
Migration Trail is a 10-day interactive story that unfolds in real time as it follows two migrants on their journey to Europe.
Shakespeare’s Only Handwritten Manuscript Contains a Message of Empathy for Migrants
Aside from a few signatures, only one example of William Shakespeare’s handwriting survives, a speech from around 1600 that imagines Sir Thomas More addressing the rage of an anti-migrant crowd in England.
Death With Dignity: German Collective Reburies Deceased Migrants in Berlin
This morning in Berlin, a small crowd gathered around an open cemetery grave to pay their respects to a 60-year-old Syrian refugee.
A Contemporary Codex Teaches Children About Migration
Migrant appropriates the vertical, accordion-bound form of a pre-Colombian codex to tell of a Central American family’s freight train journey to the United States.