For David Szauder, a Hungarian artist based in Berlin, human memory is similar to a computer’s hard drive. All of our memories are sorted into folders and subfolders which our brain accumulates like a giant catalogue of jpeg files. While each detail may seem clear and distinct at the time, when retrieved years later from the depths of our minds it’s not uncommon for the memories to be altered or damaged like a corrupt computer file. In programming terms, they’re bugging.
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