Access is only possible via a staircase. Unfortunately there is no barrier-free toilet provided.
Virtually Forgotten its an electroacoustic and visual piece that reflects on memory in times of remote life exploring the depth of memory and loss. The pandemic has definitely changed us all in many ways, it has transformed our everyday life, our closeness to people and to our way of remembering. Technology has occupied such a big space in our lives, not only how we live, but how we remember. How do we get to places of our memory where virtuality doesn`t interact? How do we connect with different layers of memory and oblivion? Could we try to erase their boundaries and try to expand them?