Objects as tools for memory recollection

A collection of exhibits led by our artist in residency Ibrahim Ince. His project focused on archival photographs and digital fabricated objects as tools of memory recollection. With our technicians assistance he digitally fabricated the objects remaining from his grandparents’ old house in Larnaca, which was abandon in 1974. Through processes such as 3D scanning and printing, he brought these objects to life as technological and hauntological presences. The replicas of the objects became a ghostly memoir, which artistically tackle the unresolved past, aiming to provide access and healing from intergenerational traumas.

The full project was displayed during the artists in residency exhibition, that took place in the Thinker Maker Space in late September.