Migrant life raft displayed at St James' Church

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Migrant life raft displayed at St James' Church

A salvaged boat that helped 62 refugees flee from war-torn countries to the shores of Greece has ended up in Piccadilly.

The dinghy has been suspended above the congregation of St James' Church as an art installation by the artist Arabella Dorman.

The piece aims to urge Londoners to think of the on-going humanitarian crisis happening across Europe this Christmas.

 

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