In the current text, we present archives of our embodied memories from childhood to make sense of how, despite our different backgrounds and life paths, these shape our collective sense-making processes of who we are and become as well as how we connect and interact with others in the social world. By bringing these together through artistic forms of expression, we discuss the emancipating potential of memory work through art practice to enable a relational sensuous academic language that allows reclaiming an active embodied presence in our feminist journey for social justice. Our account seeks to reinvigorate feminist discussions on memory work also contributing to the burgeoning stream of organizational literature on writing differently.
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