Special edition sound installation as part of Tokens of Motherhood: Shame and Social Attitudes. A live event curated by Poet in the City Producers Victoria Bastable, Rachel Lewis and Axel Kacoutié on Fri 1st Dec 2017. Inspired by the Foundling Museum’s exhibition, Basic Instincts, the sound installation brings together an ex-pupil of the Foundling Hospital to feature amongst:
Kathleen Palmer, The Foundling Museum’s curator of exhibitions and displays.
Professor Judith Hawley, a leading academic on 18th Century literature and culture.
Dr Prudence Chamberlain, a Lecturer in Creative Writing at Royal Holloway University, London.
Music: Serenade for Strings, Op 48 (Tchaikovsky, Pyotr), composition year 1880. Performance by: A Far Cry (ensemble), (17/4/2017), Publisher info: Boston: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Copyright: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0