Knowledge Lives Everywhere

FACT exhibition ‘Knowledge Lives Everywhere’ placed people at its centre.  As part of the show, I undertook a ten-week art residency that involved collating stories of the general public. During daily workshops, the public was asked to come along with items and share anecdotes pertaining to a weekly theme (love, war, work etc), which were recorded. 

Audio, photographs and video were then edited to create a series of ‘Digital Stories’, which became part of a growing archive displayed in the exhibition.

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