'All We Can't See': Illustrating refugees' words in Nauru files

Commissioned artists were asked to imagine and then paint scenes described in real "incident reports" involving refugees held in off-shore detention centres in Nauru.

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    An art exhibition in Sydney is focusing on Australia's treatment of refugees.

    The curators of "All We Can't See" commissioned artists to imagine and then paint scenes described in real "incident reports" involving refugees held in off-shore detention centres in Nauru.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney.


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