A short essay co-authored with Tamsin Silvey (Historic England) on the Immortalised project and exhibition, published in The Architectural Historian.
“Monuments and memorials are never invisible, only more or less intelligible. Immortalised is a reminder that memory matters, and the forms it takes are myriad and merit pause for thought. To draw out these complexities means engaging in an ongoing conversation across history, design, architecture and politics. This work is perpetual, and it must remain so, because if memory is anything it is always in flux.“
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