• Bern O’Donoghue – ‘Dead Reckoning’
    Visual Arts

    On-going project, an installation bearing witness to the thousands of migrants and refugees who have died and continue to die whilst attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea.

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  • Tom Green – ‘Tom Molineaux’
    Theatre

    A project connecting boxing clubs and theatres in areas of high migration, based around Green's new play about the black American boxer, Tom Molineaux, who came to the UK in 1810 as a freed slave.

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  • There There – ‘Trigger Warning’
    Live Art

    Participatory installation based on traditional village fĂȘte games, allows participants to play the immigration game: steal jobs, indulge in health-tourism, scrounge on benefits and dodge the British citizenship.

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  • Gil Mualem-Doron – ‘New Union Flag’
    Participatory installation

    Travelling installation which has engaged thousands of people at galleries, festivals, markets, demonstrations and schools. It proposes an alternative flag for UK, one which recognises both the colonial history and diverse communities living here today.

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  • Richard DeDomenici – ‘Shed Your Fears’
    Live Art

    Non-hierarchical booth, into which two people, often strangers, get to confess their fears to each other, privately, anonymously and safely. The installation is a response to the current sociopolitical upheaval allowing participants to alleviate and transcend fears.

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  • Isabel Lima – ‘Gresham’s Wooden Horse’
    Visual Arts

    inspired by the ancient Greek story of the Trojan Horse, the project brings together disparate communities, most from Gresham in central Middlesbrough. The participants build the Gresham Horse and their community into a collective creative action.

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  • Henna Asikainen – ‘Forage’
    Visual Arts

    Temporary and site specific installation, created with local communities, including refugees and asylum seekers newly arrived in Newcastle.

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  • Juan del Gado –
    Community, Film

    Click below to find out more about this commission.

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  • Alketa Xhafa-Mripa – ‘Refugees Welcome’
    Visual Arts

    Kosovan-born Alketa Xhafa-Mripa is an artist and activist whose most recent work 'Refugees Welcome' was commissioned by Counterpoints Arts in early 2016.

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