Ai Weiwei, a famous Chinese artist and activist, has just finished which appears to be his largest installation to date, The Law of the Journey.
The work, the representation of a black rubber boat 230 feet long, is a clear report about the conditions in which the refugees are forced to face their journeys.
Ai Weiwei, which during this year spent more than 40 days in the refugee camps, wanted to represent its 250 refugees without a face, as if each of them was one of us.
In this time of uncertainty, we need more tolerance, compassion and trust for each other, since we all are one.
The giant installation, exhibited at the National Gallery in Prague, is not the only work that the artist has dedicated to this issue, along with it he has also created Laundromat, an installation of clothing gathered in refugee camps and Snake, in memory of the 5,000 children who were killed during the 2008 Sichuan earthquake.