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National Maritime Museum
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'The Road to Germany', circa 2015. A digitized diagram/map of how to travel from Turkey to Germany.It is in the possession of Josh Neufeld, who was emailed the map by Alia Malek, a journalist who was sent the map over Whatsapp by an anonymised Syrian refugee, ‘Muhanid’.
Full description:This map is an abstract representation of a route from Turkey to Germany, which was frequently exchanged digitally between refugees, via social media (including Facebook and Whatsapp), in 2015. It is in the possession of Josh Neufeld, who was emailed the map by Alia Malek, a journalist who was sent the map over Whatsapp by an anonymised Syrian refugee, ‘Muhanid’. As part of our due diligence checks (for copyright) we liaised with the journalist Alia Malek, who wrote about the article in foreign policy magazine, Josh Neufeld the illustrator and Marie Gillespie, Lecturer at the Open University and no one knew who ‘Muhanid' might be.
Category:Still visual art
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From 2015 onwards via social media forums such as WhatsApp and facebook. And then via websites in 2016: such as https://themuslimtimes.info/2016/01/29/the-road-to-germany-2400/ and https://foreignpolicy.com/2016/01/29/the-road-to-germany-2400-refugee-syria-migrant-germany-nonfiction-comic/
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