Karan Khosla portrayed the intimate relationship his grandfather shares with his house.
In memory of his friend Pheakaday, Mad Paule displayed a film he made along with scattered photographs of the places they visited together.
"Sharda" is an interactive piece that played with light and shadows, made with keys that Anubhav Syal’s grandmother collected.
Priyanka Poddar’s audio-visual installation “Hold Them Tight” explored the concept of people holding onto memories by way of ‘temporary materiality’.
A special section at the Memory Project was created for guests who wished to dedicate a piece of writing or drawing to a loved one lost, immortalising their fond memories.
Curator and founder of UnErase Poetry and spoken word poet Simar Singh’s performance highlighted the struggles of losing a loved one. It was a performance that had the power to move many to tears.
MEHAK MIRZIA PRABHU
Storyteller Mehak Mirzia Prabhu’s powerful performance highlighted how fragile life and our relationships with loved ones can be. Her piece was a very motivating story that revolved around the importance of a life insurance policy.
Founder of The Poetry Club, Mumbai and a member of the G5A Foundation, Ankita Shah performed a few pieces that dealt with death through the lens of memory and time.
The highlight of the night, Alif was a burst of energy with their musical style that is a unique fusion of contemporary Urdu & Kashmiri music and poetry.
Mumbai-based singer-songwriter Mali’s performance was the moment that beautifully encapsulated the spirit of everyone present at The Memory Project through tunes that capture the authenticity of classic pop, leaving our guests with a smile on their faces.
Barbie Rajput’s song and dance performance depicted the wave of emotions one goes through after losing a loved one.
Rohan Mazumdar’s foot tapping performance was the perfect closing for a night full of old memories shared and new ones made.