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This sculpture will be on display in the north transept of St Albans Abbey until 20th March.
It was inspired by the movement of people from many areas around world due to war, terror and poverty. So many lives, homes and families are being left behind along with possessions and memories. It not only represents the despair, pain, loss and exhaustion of these people, but also their strength, hope and determination to continue and find a new life. The stark whiteness of the work reflects the anonymity of these people travelling with only the clothes on their back.
If you feel moved by this sculpture then you may wish to give your support to Oxfam, which is responding to many emergency situations around the world, providing water, shelter, food and thus hope.
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