- Part of...Lesions in the Landscape
- Gallery 2
The Amnesia Museum - an archive of forgetting - draws together film, photographs, drawings, objects, artefacts and documents to map the landscape of amnesia as it unfolds in the present, and shapes our capacity to imagine the future.
This living museum, which represents the phenomenon of amnesia through a wide range of objects and areas of research, includes 3D casts, neuropsychological diagrams and recordings representing the impact of Claire’s lesion on her memory function, objects and footage taken directly from St Kilda, and Claire’s own drawings mapping her amnesia.
Lesions in the Landscape: Exhibition Opening
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