Some Memory Prevails
Some Memory Prevails is a material contemplation of the fragmented reality of inherited memory that are transferred intergenerationally between migrated and marginalised bodies. The work began as a reflection on Blackiston, Silva & Weiss’s 2008 experiment on memory retention across pupal-to-adulthood metamorphosis in Lepidoptera.
The work is produced during my Postdoctoral Fellowship in design, craft and society with a focus on migration, Centre on Global Migration, University of Gothenburg.
Description of project
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Type of work
Tintin Wulia: Memory is Frail (and Truth Brittle), Milani Gallery, Brisbane, Australia, 29 November – 21 December 2019
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