Ever wanted to say something…. But didn’t?
The International Archive of Things Left Unsaid is an online collection of real-life human confessions – stories of regret, hope and love, all donated anonymously.
When you visit the archive, you can choose which confession to listen to by browsing 'The Public Index'. To give you time to think about what you’ve heard, the archive will only let you listen to one piece every two days - so choose carefully...
Once you have listened to someone else’s story, you’ll get a chance to donate your own.
All the stories are read by Rhiannon, using the teller's original wording.
Please note: some of the stories are on adult themes, so listeners should be aged 14 or over.
The International Archive of Things Left Unsaid
About this Artist
The International Archive of Things Left Unsaid was commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre and The Space as part of BAC Scratch Online. It was created by artist Rhiannon Armstrong in collaboration with developer Rob Grundel.
Rhiannon Armstrong is an artist whose work uses performance, installation, curation and research. She is excited by collaboration between different artforms, performers, creators and audiences. Rhiannon is a core artist with Kings of England and Coney Ltd, and is artist in residence at The SHM Foundation.