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Sascha Pohflepp, Fixr, 2005 - 2010. Photo by Brian Slater.

Fixr (2005 - 2010)

Continuing our ongoing Digital Storytelling programme, Sascha Pohflepp's Fixr project invites the audience to write about the memory they wished they'd have photographed online at

Building up a memory bank of beautiful, strange and obscure moments, these will regularly be selected and printed out to form part of a growing installation in the atrium.

Fixr explores how today we share memories digitally by uploading photographs to websites like Flickr, or writing our memories through online forums like Twitter. To some extent memorizing now forms an essential part of the experience as we live and communicate our lives to ourselves and others. This form of digital storytelling contributes to a new collective memory and has a direct effect on how we use our visual and verbal memory differently now to the last two decades.