Jeremy Atherton Lin

  • Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings, The whole world may, perhaps, be rather a large country house, 2021, colored pencil on paper, 59 × 43 1⁄4".

    Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings

    In 2012, Theresa May, then British home secretary, introduced the hostile environment policy, restricting undocumented migrants’ access to housing, employment, and health care. By 2019, a special rapporteur to the United Nations had detailed how under May’s successor Amber Rudd, “the rotten core” of the legislation remained, “destroying the lives and livelihoods of racial and ethnic minority communities more broadly.” Immigrant women, even those with paperwork in order, had become reluctant to give birth in hospitals after staffers were effectively deputized as immigration law enforcement. More