Archive for the Eleventh Hour is a curriculum-collective that has formed itself at the site of the immaterial, in the immediacy of our present. The group assembles counter- and para-historical compositions that thread archival materials, each other's own narration, and the polyphony of collaborators that contribute across its nomadic, interstitial curricula.

As of recent, they have produced research and developed a workshop for HKW’s The Whole Life project, and contributed an essay to Decolonial Hacker. They continue to extend on urgent matters of memory and knowledge, through their remediation into other contexts and formats.