In this series, Dé-Réalité, I attempted to communicate the feeling of movement through the images that remained in my memory. I wanted to create a visual equivalent to the fleeting mental images I have held onto from my travels. How does memory work? It erases, defaces, selects, and reconstructs from events. Technically, I developed a process that recalls memory: using my telephone to re-photograph vacation pictures on my computer screen. In this way, I create a new space, like a memory, using different methods and croppings so that the original photo is now only the “punctum.”
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