Gates of Memory
An exhibition looking back at ten years of experimentation by the Memorial of Silence organizing team.
The exhibition offers a report on how the protective layers of this place of memory were formed and how the burdens of the century of modernity were cleaned away in an effort at naming them. It shows how memory was awakened in places where nobody had needed it in a long time and where many did not even want to revisit it, and traces the birth of public communication for a memory institution located in a place that twenty years ago was called a “trash heap of history.”
The exhibition can be visited by prior reservation at: firstname.lastname@example.org