Controversial Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has unveiled a colossal installation that's a stark reminder of the global refugee crisis.
The human rights activist has brought a 196-foot-long inflatable installation to Sydney’s Cockatoo Island, as one of the cornerstones of this year’s Biennale of Sydney exhibition.
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Titled Law of the Journey, and sitting inside the large Turbine Hall on the island, the work resembles a colossal black rubber life raft, bulging with hundreds of anonymous human figures wearing life jackets.
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