Tate Britain Special Event

Mission to the Land of Misplaced Memories: Key Interview with Dr Dele Olajide

Which parts of our memory do we choose to remember and which do we choose to forget?

Space traveller Anamnesis and the Data Thieves have lost their way. Memory gaps confuse their ships co-ordinates while ghosts of misplaced memories leak from government archives. In the hope of getting back on course, the crew plan to dock the SS Sugar Ship to discover the truth behind the secrets that have kept them drifting through space and time.

Mission to the Land of Misplaced Memories is a futuristic live sound art installation, a rare exploration of Britain’s colonial history and an exploration of why nations and people suppress memories.

A key interview with Dr Dele Olajide. Olajide is a Consultant Psychiatrist at the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust where he is responsible for an acute male inpatient unit in the Psychosis Clinical Academic Group. He is also the Caldicott Guardian, Governor of the Trust and is also a fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and an International Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association.

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Date & Time

12 February 2015 at 13.00–14.00