We bring together archivists, researchers, translators, curators, and designers to develop creative documentation projects for private archives and participatory art projects.
From oral history interviews to archival research, participant observation to embodied documentation, we adopt ethnographic approaches towards the identifying of sources, the assembling of archives, the drawing of narratives, and the making of microhistories.
We are drawn to multilingual, cross-cultural, and multidisciplinary projects that allow for exploring new ways of documenting and presenting cultural stories and histories. Our projects have taken the form of archival databases, exhibition guides, digital maps, experimental texts, immersive workshops, and interactive installations.
Through our collaborations, we hope to support communities that value different forms of knowledge(s) and explore new ways of learning, sharing, and remembering.