Episodic memories are represented within the work by various densities of image, depending on their clarity and strength of recollection. When a memory is uncertain or not so clearly recollected, it becomes translucent. Buildings become solid in the image and memory if they are still present, the constant interaction solidifies the mind's record. When an individual has interacted with a place mechanically, this memory becomes less volatile. The act of walking through a space is a solid memory but the building itself and any changes within that space become unreliable. These memories are represented in the work by transparency, allowing the past and the present images to bleed together.
Liene Abaronina • Clair Anderson • Sophie Carter • Rebecca Charles • Leo Cox • Ashley Emberton-Hall • Sam Francis • James Gardiner • Debra-Lorraine Grant • Mary-Anne James • Letitia Kamayi • Alex Luck • James Stewart • Sarah Tehan • Gavin Withey •