Facing Oblivion

We want the viewer to understand or remember something by looking at our images. But just like memories themselves, photographs are more a proof of oblivion than a tool to preseve our re-collections and share them. We cannot rely on anything beyond, not even on what we see in the image, because the original circumstances and surroundings are either forgotten or never took place in the way we assume from the picture.
In the process of animating moments of the past, there evolves a story that is product of imagination and always rewritten anew. A photographic memory becomes a kind of amnesia. And a neverending story, yet to be told.
This audio-visual approach searches out photography in terms of association and aided recall, enabling the creation of constructed memories.