Memory in the Dead Zone

Moving between different pasts , between Cyprus and a host of unnamed cities, Memory in the Dead Zone  is both a multimedia retelling of the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice and  autobiographical  performance which explores memory and the performance of becoming Cypriot through  poetry, myth, home movies, photographs,  remembered songs, and all the digital detritus of the 21st century. Alev Adil is the originator of the Memory Map Project. Alev’s creative practice and academic research explores how poetry, performance, creative pedagogy and dialogic art practice can create the potential for personal and social transformation. She is has a phd in multimedia poetics from Central Saint Martins University of the Arts and has 20 years experience teaching visual culture, film and creative writing in UK universities

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