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Passenger—Migration Patterns on the Living and Those of the Dead

Millions of dead birds follow such new migratory paths, which draw capital from the south and the east into the north and the west. Often, these paths consolidate, convene in the centers of the colonizing empires—London and Paris—for a few years, or decades, before moving on to museums in the new world. These routes are not the birds’ natural flyways. They are new paths toward a capitalist archive that usurps purpose from the world it exploits.

Type:
Features
Source:
Winter 2022/23
Credit:
Text / Xenia Benivolski