Throughout the two year refurbishment of Liberty Hall in east London, I utilised the hoardings to connect and involve the public with the intentions of the project.
Firstly, using it to thank them directly for their support but also to send that message wider.
Secondly, as we entered the first lockdown in 2020, it became a ‘Memori-wall’ where people joined together every week to remember friends, family and neighbours who had passed away as they could not he grieved in traditional and established ways.
And thirdly, once Liberty Hall opened and the hoarding removed, we established a weekly drumming circle to continue to remember.
I dreamt I woke up remembering that I hadn’t forgotten is a ‘moving image’ created out of archived material from the installation and events.