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Arrivals and Departures: Made in Hull: Arrivals and Departures

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Arrivals and Departures : Made in Hull: Arrivals and Departures. Quick, Andrew John (Artist); Quick, Simon (Artist). 2017.

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abstract = "Made for Hull City of Culture 2017 this original work put a poetic spin on the history of arrivals in and departures from the city. The piece looked at the history of migration from a contemporary perspective, exploring the journeys which have gathered a population and moulded a landscape.Using The Deep as both canvas and building blocks the piece pulled together some of the strands of the complex and universal issues of migration as a wider subject matter.Created and comissioned as part of the Made in Hull opening celebrations for Hull City of Culture 2017.",
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