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prompts, ​audio recorded contributions, ribbon, pencil, audio cassette tape, audio cassette case, memory, and wild futures

The experience of diaspora is a series of coverings and uncoverings — much like memory, and this moment is uncovering much. The purpose of the audio archive booth is to record stories, reflections, experiences, hopes, dreams, pasts, and futures of the Iranian diaspora during this historical moment. The audio archive booth is located at Berkeley Art Center. Private appointments with the booth are available through Calendly. Providing your first and last name in the recording is not a requirement.

This project is facilitated by Sholeh Asgary with Iranians for Abolition and is currently hosted at Berkeley Art Center. Reservations for the booth at Berkeley Art Center can be made via Calendly through January 15, 2023.

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