System of Systems is a research project, working at the nexus of public programming, publishing and practice, to address the use of technology and bureaucracy in migration processing systems in Europe. We see the importance of a long-term commitment to focus, not just on the individual migrant experience, but specifically on the systems that produce and process migration, under the pretence of security. By collaborating with artists and architects along with policy-makers and activists, we endeavour to examine migration processing systems from multiple perspectives. We work to render this highly complex system accessible for non-specialists, while also supporting the continued work of specialists.

The project was initiated in 2016 by Rebecca Glyn-Blanco, Maria McLintock and Danae Io. System of Systems is in solidarity with people on the move.

If you have thoughts about collaborating, ideas worth sharing, or anything in the middle, we would like to hear from you:

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