The Memory Passage: video and sound installation
Is it possible to have an anamnesis of an event in which you never took part? Find out at this multichannel performative, video and sound installation by Ioannis Panagiotou and Dorothea Kalogianni.
About The Memory Passage: video and sound installation
Sorry, but this event has been and gone!
“The Memory Passage” is a multichannel performative, video and sound installation. In 1922, the genocide of the Greek population residing in the broader area of Anatolia (now part of Turkey) took place. The ancestors of Ioannis’ family were part of that population. A member of the family, Manolis, was murdered in a mill as he was trying to escape to Greece. The installation entails a recorded performance which portrays the imaginary narration of the above story. Two short video recordings reacting with loudspeakers places inside the venue, recall different perspectives of the same performance. Is it possible to have an anamnesis of an event in which you never took part? The artwork tackles aspects of narration, perception, and explores notions of collective memory, ephemerality and threshold.
10-11 of July
Edinburgh College of Art (basement), B14 Installation Space
this is a FREE event
The installation is supported by The Postgraduate Research Expenses (PRE) fund from the University of Edinburgh and the Equality and Diversity fund from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Thanks a lot to Hei Ching Lam for curating and organising the installation.
Ioannis Panagiotou is a UK-based interdisciplinary artist, and composer. He is the creator of interdisciplinary performances, installations, concert music, and music for media (theatre, dance, animation, film, performance art).
Works of him have been commissioned and performed at The New What Now, Dialogues Festival, PLUG Contemporary Music Festival, Audio Visual Arts Festival, RCS Bridge Week, St Andrews University and MERES 2018. He has also collaborated with contemporary ensembles such as Red Note, Decoda, Edinburgh Quartet and Rush Hour Ensemble. He is a PhD researcher at the University of Edinburgh, proposing a material compositional method which aims to flatten the hierarchy between the disciplines.
Dorothea Kalogianni is a PhD candidate at the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture of the University of Edinburgh, where she has also been a tutor. She examines the notion of threshold in space and architecture through a series of projects and art installations that employ digital media and sound. For her investigation she is mapping electroencephalography (EEG) and emotional responses of occupants to digitally mediated offline and virtual environments. Part of her exploration includes understanding the potential applications of EEG in informing architectural design.
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for The Memory Passage: video and sound installation are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.
Other Events at Edinburgh College of Art
Arts and Crafts Events you might like...
23rd August 2019
Scottish Arts Club, Edinburgh West
Enjoy a night of acoustic guitar and poetry with Paul Hullah, Lach, Martin Metcalfe and Roy Moller at the Scottish Art Club on Friday 23rd August!
23rd August 2019
City Art Centre, Edinburgh Old Town
Join us at City Art Centre on 23rd August for a special evening of poetry, stories and performances inspired by Victoria Crowe and her paintings.
23rd Aug 2019 - 24th Aug 2019
Playfair Library Hall, Edinburgh South
The popular From Shanghai with Love Fashion Show and Exhibition returns for a third year bringing cutting-edge modern and futuristic fashion technology to the
stunning Playfair Library!
Student Events you might like...
2nd Sep 2019 - 16th Sep 2019
The Three Sisters Edinburgh, Edinburgh Old Town
To all newbies and returning students to Edinburgh, come along and see how The Three Sisters does Freshers - with the best student prices in the city and so much more...
5th September 2019
Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh Old Town
This lecture, given by Alice Strang on 5th September, examines the careers of Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, born in Scotland in 1912 and of Paula Rego, born in Portugal in 1935.
Theatre Events you might like...
24th August 2019
Edinburgh Playhouse, Edinburgh New Town
In cahoots with the sizzling Deborah Frances-White (Guilty Feminist), Amnesty International’s revered Secret Policeman's Tour comes to Edinburgh Playhouse on 24th August!
25th August 2019
Harvey Nichols, Edinburgh New Town
Showcasing an eclectic mix of cabaret and comedy, a different group of quality acts
will perform in the Forth Floor Brasserie at Harvey Nichols every Sunday throughout August.
5th September 2019
Lulu, Edinburgh New Town
The Edinburgh Magic Show is storming into the city centre for it's 2nd season and you can catch the bi-monthly show at Lulu, George Street.
Find other events in Edinburgh
Britain’s biggest theatre circus spectacular is back by popular demand, featuring all your favourite Cirque Berserk! acts plus some thrilling new ones!
One of the greatest TV shows of our time recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, and what better way to commemorate than with a live Fringe extravaganza at Underbelly’s McEwan Hall!
FunTastic Events is delighted to be bringing their Children’s Fun Fair back to Vogrie Country Park from 23rd to 25th August!
Get ready for a fun weekend for the whole family as the Edinburgh Mela, a multi-cultural festival of music, dance and arts, returns to Leith Links!
Returning to Edinburgh Fringe: the 5-star all-in-one dining experience that has fun and mayhem bursting from the seams of a wedding dress! It's the worst wedding reception you’ll ever go to…
Advertise With Us
Looking to reach new customers? We offer a variety of advertising options with prices starting from just £30 per month!
Click here to find out more »