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Published September 5th 2015
Where unspoken thoughts find a voice
Have you ever had a moment in your life when you wanted to say something to someone - but didn't? This archive is a collection of those moments, donated anonymously by members of the public.
Originally created as a one-on-one performance, The International Archive Of Things Left Unsaid is now available as an online collection of intimate confessions - stories of hope, love, expectation and regret.
The collection has been launched as a digital artwork by Rhiannon Armstrong, produced by Battersea Arts Centre & co-commissioned by The Space.
Visitors to the Archive are invited to choose a testimony from a catalogue of of themes described by one or two simple words such as: "Stay, think, choose, dance, sorry, trust, forgive, wish..."
As these are highly personal accounts which sometimes contain adult themes, the recommended age range is 14 and upwards.
All it takes to experience these confessions is a pair of headphones, a computer or smartphone and five minutes of your time.