From June 8th-15th the exhibition entitled Moving Memory: Difficult Histories in Dialogue was hosted at Concordia University’s Curating and Public Scholarship Lab, a space dedicated to ethnographic research and exhibition in the aftermath of violence. The exhibition focuses on the Armenian and Roma genocides, while proposing creative solutions to museological and scholarly conflicts around commemoration. CKUT spoke with Anique Vered, the organizer of the Public Panel Relay event which took place this Tuesday in connection with the exhibition. Vered is an artist researcher and cultural consultant.
You can also check out http://networkofknowledge.info/, a website where you are invited to share your reflections on on spaces for “moving memory.”
This piece was produced for CKUT by Claudia Edwards.