Data Justice || Cardiff & Cork || May 2018

The Un-archivable and the Sound of Forgetting

As we scavenged through public repositories to build the base for our sound installation, we didn’t have any trouble finding stuff. But we struggled to find ways of adequately including or representing memories that are not archived, or could never be archived.

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The Sound of Forgetting: the setup

What is the sound of absence? In MoRM’s The Sound of Forgetting, we’re creating a collaborative soundscape that dramatically embodies unseen elsewheres – evoking through sound the unheard and unseen, the departed and the deported.

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Migratory Times || Museum of Random Memory || Museu del Disseny || Barcelona 2017

Museu del Disseny (Museum of Design)
in collaboration with Migratory Times, D-Futures, Diásporas Críticas, & Future Making Research Consortium
Barcelona, Spain
31 May 2017

Danish Research Festival || Aarhus || May 2017

Danish Festival of Research
Held annually across Denmark. The MoRM exhibition invited citizens young and old to critically examine everyday datafication
27 April 2017

CounterPlay Festival || Aarhus Denmark || April 2017

CounterPlay Festival 2017
Largescale exhibition held at DOKK1 on the harbour throughout the festival.
Aarhus, Denmark
14-16 April 2016

MoRM at Festival of Research 2017

Student researchers from Digital Living MA Programme designed an exhibition of the Museum of Random Memory (MoRM) highlighting its value as data literacy. Held at the Aarhus Festival of Research in April 2017.

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Remembering and Forgetting at Counterplay 2017: MoRM Returns

This participatory performance and exhibition invites you to think about the process of making memories, to play around with the idea that remembering and forgetting are not always distinct. We ask participants to contribute something they’d like to forget and walk them through a process of dis-remembering, de-archiving, and dis-preserving.

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CounterPlay Festival || Aarhus Denmark || April 2016

CounterPlay Festival 2017
Aarhus, Denmark
30 March -1 April 2017

MoRM and Future Memory

In 2016, Museum of Random Memory was created and enacted by a group of artists, scientists, technologists, and activists who collaborated on investigating notions of material-, digital- and embodied memories at CounterPlay 2016.

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Creating Future Memories

This page is part of Creating Future Memories, an Aarhus University funded research project exploring speculative, future-oriented, and participatory methods for citizens to understand and better control the data being produced through and around the everyday use of digital media.