Empathy Museum Exhibition
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Empathy Museum Exhibition

I contributed several audio pieces to the Empathy Museum’s ‘A Mile in My Shoes’ exhibit at the American Burn Association Conference 2024. I recorded the stories of burn survivors and their families, which conference participants could then listen to.

You can listen to a clip from one here.

According to the organisers: ‘More than 2000 people listened to the stories – doctors, nurses, therapists, firefighters, survivors and more. People were enormously impacted by it. They were profoundly moved and also talked about the deeper understanding they attained through listening to the stories. Often they would be familiar with one small part of the process through their work but this gave them the whole story. And for the professionals it really humanised the subject of their work and reminded them why they do it.’ A lovely project to be part of.

The comments board, which would fill up and need clearing twice per day.