Fragments of time: A Falsified Existence
Memory is a peculiar mechanism. There is an evanescent thing about it that is both distinctive and enigmatic. Memory is not only ephemeral, but also tangible, manipulated and subjective. It is not constant, but a theatrical representation created with my own personal narrative.
A trilogy reexamined through my autobiographical memory and personal experience, Fragments of time reexamines the love triangle that time, memory, and identity create when combined. Questioning how distorted, blurred, grained and conjunctional memory can become when thought of in accordance to its influence on identity, autobiographical recollections myelf became a revisited fragmented filmstrip.