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Counterpoints Arts

Monday 17 June 2019 - Sunday 23 June 2019

12:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Regents Canal, Kings Cross
Near to Granary Square, Kings Cross


Sink Without Trace





Visual Arts

TO6411 in Lampedusa, Lucy Wood, 2013,


In association with Sink Without Trace Exhibition on Migrant Deaths at Sea

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.                                                                                                                                      TO6411 will be moored for public viewing on the canal towpath near Granary Square, Kings Cross, N1C 4AA during Refugee Week, 17- 23 June, 12pm- 6pm daily.                                                                                                                                                           Lucy Wood will be available to meet visitors and discuss the project during these times.

The installation is part of the highly acclaimed Sink Without Trace exhibition on migrant deaths at sea, currently on at the P21 Gallery in Kings Cross from 13 June- 13 July, 15 minutes walk from T06411.

P21 Gallery, 21-27 Chalton St, Kings Cross, London, NW1 1JD

13 June - 13 July