What it is to re-represent a memory, when a memory itself is the re-representation of an experience, warped by our own perceptions?
My work is grounded in research on how we can understand ourselves and our relationships better through our connection with different representations of our pasts; representations that exist as objects, phrases, sounds, images and beyond.
How can we emotionally process our memories through the things left behind after relationships change?
Through the context of a ‘painted world’, where abstraction and 2 dimensionality becoming 3 dimensionality enhances the fractured nature of how and what we remember, this work questions what it is to exist in a space of re-representation. Do we somehow already exist here?
Are we always caught in this liminal space when confronted with our pasts in all their different forms? The ghosts that pop up over and over again.