Collective Memory Map

Project for Transcultural Memory, MA CAT Goldsmiths

I invite you to participate in a walk through my local area of London. Taking inspiration from a number of mediated sources, the walk is guided by five distinct voices who share their stories of the city. Dwelling in the intersection between official public history and unofficial personal memory the walk attempts to bridge the gap between the two, merging memory and history, fact and fiction, to form a collective memory of the area told by those who reside and move through its streets.

Download the map here: A Walk in Camberwell

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