In Memory in Morse: Memory is like a Cloudy Day on a Wintry Beach, you see a memory, but you can barely see it. It is there, fragmented, maybe it was a good memory, maybe a bad memory, it is empty but then is not. You have to struggle to see it, to remember what you have seen. There is static (the sound) that gets in the way of the sound of the ocean, the static of the mind remembering. It creates a cognitive dissonance that I think is not that far from what memory is like. You become foreign to your own stories, especially as we age. You look at the pictures of yourself in your own archive and feel like a stranger.
48 Stunden Neukoelln, Berlin, Germany, 2020
Loss and Lucidity, Curated by Diana Ali (UK), Santa Ana College, Santa Ana, California, 2018