Bus - Tangier, 2004, Fig. 4
C-Print on Aluminium Dibond, 88 x 88 cm, Edition 5 + 2 AP

Teenagers and children often stow away in the undercarriages of tourist buses to cross the Strait. The logos of the bus companies function as ideograms in the code of illicit travellers, many of whom cannot read. Here, two boys with experience in the port describe various attributes of the bus lines:
Figure 1 « French with Moroccan plates. Migrants from Italy, Spain, France. Parked in front of the port near the ticket booth. 4 AM arrival in Tangier, 6 PM departure. Bring biscuits and dates, and plastic bag for shoes. They notice in Spain right away if your shoes are not clean. Bus goes onto Bismillah ferry, room for three small people under the bus. »
Fig.2 « To Barcelona. Sometimes Egyptians are on the bus, not only Nazarenes. It only comes in summer.The guards are paid well and they change three times: one in the morning, one afternoon and one all night. They are always old. They have a television set. Room for two hiding places, one in front and one in the back. »
Fig. 3 « Portugal bus goes direct, no stop. Nazarenes, old and young. Parked in front of the shrimp factory. One guard, but since he’s in charge of the whole area, he can’t check everything all the time. Climb in the middle of the planchas. Those who have papers go inside the bus. »
Bus - Tangier, 2004, Fig. 4
Bus - Tangier, 2004, Fig. 4
C-Print on Aluminium Dibond, 88 x 88 cm, Edition 5 + 2 AP

Teenagers and children often stow away in the undercarriages of tourist buses to cross the Strait. The logos of the bus companies function as ideograms in the code of illicit travellers, many of whom cannot read. Here, two boys with experience in the port describe various attributes of the bus lines:
Figure 1 « French with Moroccan plates. Migrants from Italy, Spain, France. Parked in front of the port near the ticket booth. 4 AM arrival in Tangier, 6 PM departure. Bring biscuits and dates, and plastic bag for shoes. They notice in Spain right away if your shoes are not clean. Bus goes onto Bismillah ferry, room for three small people under the bus. »
Fig.2 « To Barcelona. Sometimes Egyptians are on the bus, not only Nazarenes. It only comes in summer.The guards are paid well and they change three times: one in the morning, one afternoon and one all night. They are always old. They have a television set. Room for two hiding places, one in front and one in the back. »
Fig. 3 « Portugal bus goes direct, no stop. Nazarenes, old and young. Parked in front of the shrimp factory. One guard, but since he’s in charge of the whole area, he can’t check everything all the time. Climb in the middle of the planchas. Those who have papers go inside the bus. »
Bus - Tangier, 2004, Fig. 2
C-Print on Aluminium Dibond, 88 x 88 cm, Edition 5 + 2 AP

Teenagers and children often stow away in the undercarriages of tourist buses to cross the Strait. The logos of the bus companies function as ideograms in the code of illicit travellers, many of whom cannot read. Here, two boys with experience in the port describe various attributes of the bus lines:
Figure 1 « French with Moroccan plates. Migrants from Italy, Spain, France. Parked in front of the port near the ticket booth. 4 AM arrival in Tangier, 6 PM departure. Bring biscuits and dates, and plastic bag for shoes. They notice in Spain right away if your shoes are not clean. Bus goes onto Bismillah ferry, room for three small people under the bus. »
Fig.2 « To Barcelona. Sometimes Egyptians are on the bus, not only Nazarenes. It only comes in summer.The guards are paid well and they change three times: one in the morning, one afternoon and one all night. They are always old. They have a television set. Room for two hiding places, one in front and one in the back. »
Fig. 3 « Portugal bus goes direct, no stop. Nazarenes, old and young. Parked in front of the shrimp factory. One guard, but since he’s in charge of the whole area, he can’t check everything all the time. Climb in the middle of the planchas. Those who have papers go inside the bus. »
Bus - Tangier, 2004, Fig. 2
Bus - Tangier, 2004, Fig. 2
C-Print on Aluminium Dibond, 88 x 88 cm, Edition 5 + 2 AP

Teenagers and children often stow away in the undercarriages of tourist buses to cross the Strait. The logos of the bus companies function as ideograms in the code of illicit travellers, many of whom cannot read. Here, two boys with experience in the port describe various attributes of the bus lines:
Figure 1 « French with Moroccan plates. Migrants from Italy, Spain, France. Parked in front of the port near the ticket booth. 4 AM arrival in Tangier, 6 PM departure. Bring biscuits and dates, and plastic bag for shoes. They notice in Spain right away if your shoes are not clean. Bus goes onto Bismillah ferry, room for three small people under the bus. »
Fig.2 « To Barcelona. Sometimes Egyptians are on the bus, not only Nazarenes. It only comes in summer.The guards are paid well and they change three times: one in the morning, one afternoon and one all night. They are always old. They have a television set. Room for two hiding places, one in front and one in the back. »
Fig. 3 « Portugal bus goes direct, no stop. Nazarenes, old and young. Parked in front of the shrimp factory. One guard, but since he’s in charge of the whole area, he can’t check everything all the time. Climb in the middle of the planchas. Those who have papers go inside the bus. »
Bus - Tangier, 2004, Fig. 3
C-Print on Aluminium Dibond, 88 x 88 cm, Edition 5 + 2 AP

Teenagers and children often stow away in the undercarriages of tourist buses to cross the Strait. The logos of the bus companies function as ideograms in the code of illicit travellers, many of whom cannot read. Here, two boys with experience in the port describe various attributes of the bus lines:
Figure 1 « French with Moroccan plates. Migrants from Italy, Spain, France. Parked in front of the port near the ticket booth. 4 AM arrival in Tangier, 6 PM departure. Bring biscuits and dates, and plastic bag for shoes. They notice in Spain right away if your shoes are not clean. Bus goes onto Bismillah ferry, room for three small people under the bus. »
Fig.2 « To Barcelona. Sometimes Egyptians are on the bus, not only Nazarenes. It only comes in summer.The guards are paid well and they change three times: one in the morning, one afternoon and one all night. They are always old. They have a television set. Room for two hiding places, one in front and one in the back. »
Fig. 3 « Portugal bus goes direct, no stop. Nazarenes, old and young. Parked in front of the shrimp factory. One guard, but since he’s in charge of the whole area, he can’t check everything all the time. Climb in the middle of the planchas. Those who have papers go inside the bus. »
Bus - Tangier, 2004, Fig. 3
Bus - Tangier, 2004, Fig. 3
C-Print on Aluminium Dibond, 88 x 88 cm, Edition 5 + 2 AP

Teenagers and children often stow away in the undercarriages of tourist buses to cross the Strait. The logos of the bus companies function as ideograms in the code of illicit travellers, many of whom cannot read. Here, two boys with experience in the port describe various attributes of the bus lines:
Figure 1 « French with Moroccan plates. Migrants from Italy, Spain, France. Parked in front of the port near the ticket booth. 4 AM arrival in Tangier, 6 PM departure. Bring biscuits and dates, and plastic bag for shoes. They notice in Spain right away if your shoes are not clean. Bus goes onto Bismillah ferry, room for three small people under the bus. »
Fig.2 « To Barcelona. Sometimes Egyptians are on the bus, not only Nazarenes. It only comes in summer.The guards are paid well and they change three times: one in the morning, one afternoon and one all night. They are always old. They have a television set. Room for two hiding places, one in front and one in the back. »
Fig. 3 « Portugal bus goes direct, no stop. Nazarenes, old and young. Parked in front of the shrimp factory. One guard, but since he’s in charge of the whole area, he can’t check everything all the time. Climb in the middle of the planchas. Those who have papers go inside the bus. »
Bus - Tangier, 2004, Fig. 1
C-Print on Aluminium Dibond, 88 x 88 cm, Edition 5 + 2 AP

Teenagers and children often stow away in the undercarriages of tourist buses to cross the Strait. The logos of the bus companies function as ideograms in the code of illicit travellers, many of whom cannot read. Here, two boys with experience in the port describe various attributes of the bus lines:
Figure 1 « French with Moroccan plates. Migrants from Italy, Spain, France. Parked in front of the port near the ticket booth. 4 AM arrival in Tangier, 6 PM departure. Bring biscuits and dates, and plastic bag for shoes. They notice in Spain right away if your shoes are not clean. Bus goes onto Bismillah ferry, room for three small people under the bus. »
Fig.2 « To Barcelona. Sometimes Egyptians are on the bus, not only Nazarenes. It only comes in summer.The guards are paid well and they change three times: one in the morning, one afternoon and one all night. They are always old. They have a television set. Room for two hiding places, one in front and one in the back. »
Fig. 3 « Portugal bus goes direct, no stop. Nazarenes, old and young. Parked in front of the shrimp factory. One guard, but since he’s in charge of the whole area, he can’t check everything all the time. Climb in the middle of the planchas. Those who have papers go inside the bus. »
Bus - Tangier, 2004, Fig. 1
Bus - Tangier, 2004, Fig. 1
C-Print on Aluminium Dibond, 88 x 88 cm, Edition 5 + 2 AP

Teenagers and children often stow away in the undercarriages of tourist buses to cross the Strait. The logos of the bus companies function as ideograms in the code of illicit travellers, many of whom cannot read. Here, two boys with experience in the port describe various attributes of the bus lines:
Figure 1 « French with Moroccan plates. Migrants from Italy, Spain, France. Parked in front of the port near the ticket booth. 4 AM arrival in Tangier, 6 PM departure. Bring biscuits and dates, and plastic bag for shoes. They notice in Spain right away if your shoes are not clean. Bus goes onto Bismillah ferry, room for three small people under the bus. »
Fig.2 « To Barcelona. Sometimes Egyptians are on the bus, not only Nazarenes. It only comes in summer.The guards are paid well and they change three times: one in the morning, one afternoon and one all night. They are always old. They have a television set. Room for two hiding places, one in front and one in the back. »
Fig. 3 « Portugal bus goes direct, no stop. Nazarenes, old and young. Parked in front of the shrimp factory. One guard, but since he’s in charge of the whole area, he can’t check everything all the time. Climb in the middle of the planchas. Those who have papers go inside the bus. »