Thursday 13th June, 6- 9pm, P21 Gallery


 Federica Mazzara and Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen in conversation with Vicki Squire about their recent books:

Federica Mazzara, Reframing Migration: Lampedusa, Border Spectacle and Aesthetics of Subversion (Peter Lang, 2019)


Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen, End of Dreams, 2019

Free event. Please register here

Wednesday 19th June, 6- 8pm, P21 Gallery


An evening of discussion with SWT artists and curators

In association with Refugee Week

Speakers include:

Victoria Burgher, Artist

Federica Mazzara, Co-Curator

Maya Ramsay, Artist & Co-Curator

Shorsh Saleh, Artist

Aida Silverstri, Artist

Lucy Wood, Artist 

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Monday 17th- 23rd June, 12- 6pm, Regents Canal


North African migrant boat

In association with Refugee Week

orRegent's Canal Towpath, Kings Cross,

London, N1C 4BZ

T06411 is a North African migrant boat, named after the official code given to it by Italian customs when it was seized close to Lampedusa in 2012 with 36 North African migrants onboard.          

In 2013 British artist Lucy Wood, set out on an epic 4000-mile solo voyage on T06411 from the southern Italian island of Lampedusa to London, arriving in London nearly 4 months later.     

TO6411 serves as a ‘floating art installation’, displaying many of the belongings abandoned by the migrants on board and films the artist made with migrants in Lampedusa. During her journey Wood also organised ‘sit-ins’ en route for the public to experience the cramped conditions onboard.

The boat will be moored on Regents Canal, Kings Cross, near to Granary Square, N1C 4BZ (next to the Word on the Water Barge, see map below) during Refugee Week (17- 23 June, 12- 6pm daily). Artist Lucy Wood will be available to discuss the project with visitors. 


No registration needed

Saturday 6th July, 12- 6pm, P21 Gallery

 WORKSHOP with artist Shorsh Saleh

Join artist Shorsh Saleh for a participatory flying- carpet weaving workshop. Participants are invited to design and weave miniature flying-carpets around the theme of travel and migration, using traditional water motifs. Participants will learn basic flat weaving techniques. Suitable for adults & children aged 14 and over. 

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Wednesday 10th July, 6- 9pm, P21 Gallery

SYMPOSIUM on Deaths at Sea: Migration and Art

In association with University of Westminster


Speakers include:

Iain Chambers, Oriental University, Naples

Almir Koldzic, Co-Director, Counterpoints Arts

Federica Mazzara, Co-Curator of Sink Without Trace

Maya Ramsay, Co-Curator of Sink Without Trace

Valentina Zagaria, London School of Economics

Artists from the Sink Without Trace exhibition

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