'Library' holds a collection of words that break boundaries, and is an ongoing attempt to give voice, beginning at the pivotal moment of' 'Brexit'.

In Ancient Greece, people voted by writing on 'ostraca', or potsherds, which is where we get the word 'ostracise' from. Visitors are invited to select an ostracon - sherds made from a hundred and fifty cast bowls - and offer their own words. 

Many languages are represented, and reflect changing sentiments before, during, and after the EU referendum on 23rd June. Some are hopeful and affirming, others are questioning, fearful, doubtful, optimistic, conciliatory. Together they form a permanent record of a transformative moment in time. 

The Library now has well over 1500 contributions.