In this short film, exhibition organisers, and a range of visitors to the Corridors of Conflict exhibition, share their impressions.

Visitors to the Corridors of Conflict exhibition were asked to share their views and talk about an exhibit, or part of the exhibition space, that had made an impression on them. Click on and then scroll through the below gallery of photographs to read what they thought, see their choices, and hear why they made them.


Memory Project


visitor at the exhbition

The power of archives to transform conflict

In this article, we reflect on the exhibition and how initiatives like this can help societies deal with the past with a view to transforming conflict for the future.


For more perspectives on the exhibition, visit:

- Exhibition in Tbilisi: The Corridors of Conflict: Abkhazia 1989-1995. A short film by David Pipia, Go Group Media, about putting the exhibition together.

An article reflecting on the exhibition by Armin Rieser, Human Security Advisor for the South Caucasus, Embassy of Switzerland in Tbilisi, Georgia.


Many thanks to the Memory Project teams, swisspeace, all those who donated their stories or materials to the archives and the many other people who made the exhibition possible. Thank you also to the following donors for their support to the exhibition and/or the Memory Project: Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, European Union, UK Government Conflict, Stability and Security Fund, and the Sigrid Rausing Trust.