This work is a result of a cross disciplinary collaboration, which took place in the Museum of Archeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge.
We discussed rising water levels and the pledge of minorities and poorer countries affected by it. We asked visitors to think of what they would save if they had to flee their houses because of flooding.
We invited visitors to write down or draw their chosen objects, memories, people or animals they would save on a paper, which they origami into a boat.
These little boats were placed on the larger boat we constructed while tales of flooding taken from around the world folklores were told.
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