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Coco Fusco at the Cecilia Brunson Project, Bermondsey


A video, And the Sea will Talk to You, for which participants / observers are encouraged to sit in the inflated inner tubes that serve as floatation devices for those trying to make the treacherous crossing from Cuba to America, "illegally", to start a new life. A shame photos can't convey smell because the odour of rubber in the room really made the experience something immersive (sic). Runs until October 23rd. Details here. An interesting exhibition made all the more relevant by the news relating to those drowning in the Mediterranean in their desperate attempts to leave Syria and Africa.

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