As we inhabit this world, everything is filtered through the eye and the memory to reflect the path that brought us here, and what we carry with us as we look around. We see everything differently, we think we have commonality with another person, a shared perspective, a shared conversation, but when we each walk away the result is two unique and solitary arrangements of intent, form, and logic. How we manage to navigate these spaces is a beautiful enigma.

In this series, I retain the concepts of experience altered by memory, but with an emphasis more on the emotional than the spatial. These spaces are less vast, more intimate, and more uncertain. The distillation of time and memory into a pinpoint, to more closely examine how those moments have been put together.

The Fall Of Memory