The People’s Memory Archive

The People’s Memories Archive offers an in-depth examination of people’s connection to their cities and cultural heritage as manifested in their everyday life. It includes memories collected by the artist/researcher Alda Terracciano since 2012 through Memory Sessions with people of different age, class, gender and ethnicity. Together with related artworks, the archive offers a unique insight in the role that sensory experiences and memories of traditions and rituals can play in connecting people across time and space.

We thank all people who share their memories with us. 

Video memories collected during the Latin American Memory Routes workshops (2018)

Audio memories collected for the Moving Gallery installation (2017)

Video memories collected for the Mapping Memory Routes of Moroccan Communities project (2016-2017)

Video memories collected during the exhibition of Streets of... 7 cities in 7 minutes at Red Gallery (2012)

Video memories collected through the Living Archaeology of the Place programme (2012 & 2014)

Video memories collected through the Living Archaeology of the Place programme (2012 & 2014)

Video memories collected through the Living Archaeology of the Place programme (2012 & 2014)

Video memories collected through the Living Archaeology of the Place programme (2012 & 2014)

Video memories collected through the Living Archaeology of the Place programme (2012)

Video memories collected through the Living Archaeology of the Place programme (2012 & 2014)

Objects collected through the Living Archaeology of the Place programme (2012)

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