“Identity Malta is a series of small actions, interventions, and performances that reflect on migrant identity,” Biancoshock says. Migrants in Malta are not identified by their given names; instead, they’re given numbers, which they depend on to survive. “No number, no food, no medical care, no five euro weekly stipend,” Biancoshock says. “My motivation was to try to relate the experiences of these invisible people who no longer have an identity.”
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