Directors: Ionian Bisai and Sotiris Tsiganos
Documentary | 25 min
Albanian with English subtitles

Katër i Radës, the first boat that sank during a naval blockade against migration flows in the Mediterranean Sea, is now a monument for global migration established by the Italian state, the same authority that ordered it to be sunk.

Relatives of the victims cross the Mediterranean Sea from Vlore, Albania, to Otranto, Italy, to examine the transformation of the shipwreck from evidence into a context-free sculpture decorating a public square in Italy.