Objects feed memories, memories feed memory. This is why we remove the objects with bad memories, while we do not remove the objects with memories that we want to remember from our eyes. As time passes, the value of the object increases. In fact, what is valuable is the stories we attribute to the objects. The memory of the radio exhibited is; actually the story of a marriage… The radio, which was gifted to the couple on their wedding day 55 years ago, has been kept in its halls for years. It existed with them. Witnessing a lifetime, this radio has turned into an object that reminds the survivor of good times with the death of one of the couples. On this wall, it is aimed to tell the story of the hall where the radio is located, the memory of the years and the object that will remain a heirloom for future generations.