In a time where statues and monuments are toppling globally, Who Do We Come to H(a)unt offers a timely opportunity for alternative stories to be drawn and told, and where old hegemonic histories can be re-customized. This is an interactive art project that uses drawing to disrupt the memorial culture advertised by statues, monuments and memorials of colonial and imperial rulers still standing today in many cities around the globe. Márcio Carvalho is an artist and a contemporary art curator whose projects are primarily focused on collective technologies and practices of remembering, and how they influence individual and group memory of past events. His work examines public life and archives, autobiographical memory, and collective memory, with a focus on acts of remembering and their biological, cultural and social influences.
Presented as part of Creativate Digital Arts Festival.