This November is the 400-year anniversary of the sailing of the vessel Mayflower to North America from Plymouth, England. The people on board went to settle in what they called the ‘New World’, but it was in fact a world where Indigenous people had been living for thousands of years. Speedwell, companion to Mayflower, was in poor repair and was unable to make the journey across the Atlantic. Some of Speedwell’s passengers who remained in England had to find ways to make peace with the place they sought to escape. To mark how this historic event sits in the present and the future, three artists ...


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