The exhibition explores how music influences our life, how it shapes our memories and accompanies our journey, from lullabies to the music of mourning.
Music can give a sense of belonging, can be a map to interpret our personal stories and feelings. “Let the Song Hold Us” is a collection of new immersive artworks that reach between generations, and across geographic boundaries, on the red thread of music, which shapes the artists’ identities. Music is interpreted as a way to communicate ideas of family, hope, and belonging, and the works reimagine the ways we create and share.
Artists include: Korakrit Arunanondchai, Zinzi Minott, Tessa Norton, Larissa Sansour with Søren Lind, Ebun Sodipo, and Rae-Yen Song.