“The places we have known do not belong solely to the world of space in which we situate them for our greater convenience. They were only a thin slice among contiguous impressions which formed our life at that time; the memory of a certain image is but regret for a certain moment; and houses, roads, avenues are as fleeting, alas, as the years.”

A study on what Marcel Proust termed “involuntary memory” contrasted with the conversion of banal imagery into striking ones, depicted in “The Art of Memory” by Francis Yates. the concept of ‘the subject’ is confronted as a mediator between memorability and forgetfulness. 
7" x 7"
120 lb gsm

Original compositions were made with wood, leaves, flowers, twigs, mirrors, glasses, wire, shale rock, pencil, oil paints, charcoal, Letraset, wax.

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