Mapping what we Try to Forget by Tricia Enns

Participatory Workshop

The workshop places a critical eye on our understanding of and relationship to the streets surrounding Concordia through the debris found there. Debris is adjacent to waste, both of which are material representations of our desire to forget through thoughtlessly discarding. In this workshop we will walk through the streets surrounding Concordia, collect debris, and create debris mappings of the area using paper making practices. This process will be accompanies by discussion around engaging with debris can bring attention to overlooked stories at risk of being forgotten.