We’ve partnered with national nonprofit StoryCorps to uplift stories of home, belonging, and migration in New York City.
Register for a recording session with StoryCorps Studios to audio-record an unscripted conversation with a friend, family member, loved one, or mentor. With your permission, your conversation will be archived at the Library of Congress and in StoryCorps’ Online Archive, now the largest single collection of human voices ever gathered.
Held in conjunction with Mark Bradford’s major solo exhibition, You Don’t Have to Tell Me Twice, recording sessions will take place at our 22nd Street Gallery.
Learn more about Storycorps and listen to the recordings here.
HOW DOES IT WORK? Register for a recording session with someone important in your life, such as a community member, loved one, friend, or mentor. During the hour-long recording session at Hauser & Wirth, you will be encouraged to share reflections about themes of belonging, home, and migration. Your spontaneous, unscripted, one-on-one conversation will be audio-recorded by a StoryCorps Facilitator, who will be with you every step of the way. With your permission, conversations are archived at the Library of Congress and in StoryCorps’ Online Archive.
WHEN AND WHERE WILL RECORDINGS TAKE PLACE? Register for a recording session at Hauser & Wirth's 22nd Street Gallery (542 West 22nd Street, New York, New York 10011) on one of the following dates:
Saturday, June 3 Saturday, June 10 Saturday, June 17 Friday, June 30 Friday, July 7 Friday, July 14
ABOUT STORYCORPS StoryCorps is an independent nonprofit whose mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world. Since 2003, StoryCorps has given more than 650,000 people the chance to record conversations about their lives. The StoryCorps Archive at the Library of Congress is the largest single collection of human voices ever gathered.