The project centers around the themes of temporality, erasure, and memory, aiming to shed light on the concepts of grief and loss. Rather than seeking to reverse erasure or preserve the past as a relic, the exhibition aims to generate active engagement that reintegrates it into the present and future. It explores various interactive artistic styles, including painting, graphic work, sculptural installations, and performance. The exhibition’s curatorial process involves workshop-style collaborations, where artists reflect on specific texts or case studies exploring erasure, memory, and trauma. Interventions within the exhibition space are proposed based on these discussions. Additionally, the discussions/workshops can be replicated during the exhibition period, serving as workshops or performances to encourage further engagement and participation.