The Room Full of Forgotten Things was a project made with two Battersea primary schools exploring things we might have forgotten, and was commissioned by BAC. The brief was that the piece should explore and begin with the BAC archive.

During the sessions in school, children were encouraged to bring in objects and photographs of people that they might have forgotten.  These were then discussed, played with, sketched and put under the camera - mainly so they could be shared with others outside of the classroom.

The final installation consisted of three televisions playing three seperate films silmutaneously, a comfy sofa to sit on as they played, a room full of fake Lavender and Elvis's Love Me Tender playing at regular intervals.

Phtography by James Allan