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What Remains: Memory, History And Conflict

(This is a past event and is no longer running)



What Remains: Memory, History and Conflict is a series of talks and events accompanying the production of ERRATICA’s new piece REMNANTS.

Including panel discussions, installations, film and music events, the What Remains: Memory, History and Conflict series will respond themes of Memory, Resonance, Ritual and the Aftermath of Conflict.

The programme will include an exhibition by Bosnian Artist Šejla Kamerić, a panel discussion involving Croatian American memoirist Courtney Angela Brkic and historian Rebecca Jinks. There will also be talks with academic Maria Brock and Bosnian journalist Zrinka Bralo and music performances from Dado Džihan and traditional Bosnian folk musician Mirza Basic.


The Voice of Memory
Christian Mason, co-composer of Remnants, in conversation with:

Andrew Cronshaw (musician, producer and roots music specialist)
Patrick Eakin Young (director of Remnants and artistic director of ERRATICA)

In this discussion, Christian Mason, director Patrick Eakin Young and roots music expert Andrew Cronshaw discuss the process of creating the music for Remnants, the vocal traditions on which the piece draws, and the role of these musical traditions in the construction of identity, locality and community in the Balkans.

Additional Information

The event will take place in the bar of the Print Room at the Coronet, between the matinee and evening performances of ERRATICA’s Remnants. Attendees will also have the opportunity to experience Šejla Kamerić’s piece Bosnian Girl before or after the discussion.