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Loss and Found

the Albany garden, deptford

24 September - 9 October

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Price

FREE

Outdoor event

This installation is outdoors in the Albany garden.

A sound memorial on ecological loss created by the multidisciplinary Dissonant Futures collective, free to visit in the Albany garden.

In a world of constant noise, what if we stopped to listen?

Grief is what we feel when we lose something or someone we love, but often grief is easier to suppress than it is to confront. Dissonant Futures Collective wants to talk about the things we don’t know how to talk about. Throughout our lives we will all experience personal grief, and now, in our lifetime, we will also experience ecological grief, if we haven’t already.

The Loss and Found sound memorial speaks about climate grief – the sounds of change represent the loss for which we haven’t found a precise language. The circular loop of the soundscape is an acknowledgement that time was never linear and that our way of living whilst only looking forwards and forever growing was never sustainable, whilst the structure itself speaks to our current conversation between tech and nature.

Time

Monday - Friday, 9am-4pm

Price

FREE

Outdoor event

This installation is outdoors in the Albany garden.

Dissonant Futures Collective

Dissonant Futures Collective brings together a diverse group of multidisciplinary creators, ranging from VR makers, documentary and fiction filmmakers, mental health practitioners, campaigners, death doulas, performance artists, playwrights, writers and screenwriters.

Through collaboration and partnerships with people and organisations like HeartWire in Germany, Common Space / Common Wealth in Bradford, The Grief Series in Leeds, and University of Copenhagen / Mikkel Krause Frantzen, they are working with people to learn from participatory reactions to grief and climate change and produce a sound memorial, both physical and online, which will tour to different places in the U.K.

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