multimedia installation MVA Post-Grad exhibition at SCA
dvd projection, mirrors, bamboo, vines, aluminum wire mesh, nylon, feathers, acrylic and charcoal on walls
"Memories lie slumbering within us for months and years, quietly proliferating, until they are woken by some trifle and in some strange way bind us to life… what would we be without memory? We would not be capable of ordering even the simplest thoughts, the most sensitive heart would lose the ability to show affection, our existence would be a mere never-ending chain of meaningless moments, and there would not be the faintest trace of a past."
Winfried Georg Sebald and Michael Hulse, The Rings of Saturn (New York: New Directions, 1998), 255.