a future for memory
Photo via MOA/Chihiro Minato

In the 10th anniversary year of the Great East Japan Earthquake, or 3.11, A Future for Memory addresses how we deal with memory when our physical surroundings are drastically altered.

The works in the exhibition trigger memories, emotions and imagination. They serve as more than objects of memory; they remind us of the force of nature and the continuous efforts of survivors to rebuild their lives.

Museum of Anthropology at UBC: A Future for Memory: Art and Life After the Great East Japan Earthquake

Dates: On until September 5th
Location: 6393 NW Marine Drive, UEL
Price: $15