Remember to Forget

What does memory sound like? Remember to Forget seeks to answer this question through the expression of one of the most common rituals of remembering: the act of repetition. And the distance we take it.

This project is the culmination of memory-based projects to date, and is divided into three parts – audio research, a soundscape production, and a theatrical presentation – all while embodying a conversation with work by artist Susan Hiller.

Currently in research phase, the public open call for audio submissions is now closed. Many thanks to participants for their contributions. Site-specific open calls are coming soon. 

Throughout this project, participants, listeners, and audience members can expect to move through a spectrum of seemingly every-day scenarios and semantic saturation. 

Image: Remember to Forget (II), 2011 © Susan Hiller