Archiving memories and sonic healing is on at Nunnery Gallery with Aditi Ahalya Jaganathan.
The memories that we associate with our experience, space, and locality often find their homes beyond the confines of our minds – whether in physical objects such as books, family heirlooms, or hand-me-downs, to things of a more abstract nature like poems, folklores or prayers.
Aditi invites you to bring your memory-making and memory-storing objects in response to a short paragraph of prose that will be shared with you in advance of the event.
After grounding the space through a curated soundtrack embodying the intimacy and connectedness we will centre throughout the event, Aditi will invite participants to share their chosen objects and stories with each other and hold space for the multitude of experiences that we each contain. We will take each other to significant memories in our lives and, through this, can begin to engage in processes of healing and nourishment in this coming together.
There will be the option to contribute fragments of your sounds and stories to a communal soundscape which will be sent out after the session, documenting and creating our own sonic archival memory of this time together.
£5, £3 concessions
Concessions rate applies to Bow Arts artists, students, over 65s, under 18s, National Art Pass members, and key workers.