To talk about memory can be a hazy affair. Are we talking of a specific faculty of living things? Of a capacity of our brains? Of a particular recollection? Of History? Of Identity? Many artists talk about memory in their practices, but what does this mean really, when everything we do, the image of ourselves and culture rests on this faculty? Without the pretension of defining or exhausting the myriad questions concerning this matter, we present our readers with a series of vignettes that form a loosely intertwined web of meditations around the concept and faculty of memory. Spanning from the personal to the historical, from memory disorders to intermingled streams of consciousness.
Sarah Grass, Nonplus Circus, 2017
Yoav Hainebach, Selfie (Facing the Sun), 2017
Sarah Grass, Untitled, 2017