In 2013, Group 484 invited several associates, artists, to work with asylum seekers in an asylum centre near the village Bogovađa, in the vicinity of Valjevo in Serbia. The refugees were people from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, Eritrea, Guinea, Senegal, Syria... they were fleeing wars, conflicts and poverty. Together we sketched maps, piecing together their routes, which in some cases had taken up to 7 years. Sometimes the maps lack detail or are unclear, and sometimes they would skip parts of the journey. The maps were shown for the first time at the exhibition "The Border is Closed" held in the Museum of African Art in Belgrade, Serbia from September 11th to December 7th 2015 and later on, from March 25th to June 4th 2017 at the exhibition It is obvious from the map at the REDCAT Gallery in Los Angeles, USA. Ten of the Migration Maps are now in the collection of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London.