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#14821

a disturbance of memory

Artist
Yvonne Singer
Price
$40.00
Date
2022
Publisher
Self-Published
Format
Artists' Books
Size
23 × 26 cm
Genre
Photography
Description

With photographs of objects, memorabilia and fragmentary words, a disturbance of memory evokes moments from the past from the perspective of the present. It questions how/what and why we remember. It proposes that given time is dynamic and memory is unstable and subjective, each generation carries its history filtered through the lens of its own point in time. a disturbance of memory is a series of impressionistic images and a stream of consciousness text that attempts to understand the present by considering the residues of a complicated personal history.

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