Claire Sunho Lee
Tell Me What I'm Remembering
How do we assess the reality before us when it is beyond our comprehension? Through childhood into adulthood, I have been reminded of random imagery of the memories I have never had. The scenes are vague but deeply embedded, causing me to live in in-between dream-like realities. One day, my cousin accidentally told me I had leukaemia when I was little. In this work, I present photographs that represent my edited memories. I juxtapose them with a tweaked version of transcribing AI that starts with an initial text of medical facts about leukaemia and generates new versions with the influence of its own and the surrounding sound. Both imply fragility, instability, and fluidity of memories.
David Allison • Junwei Chen • Yuanbo Chen • Alexandra Diez de Rivera • Melanie Issaka • Kyungchan Jung • Eman Khokhar • Claire Sunho Lee • Zhihang Li • Jiaxin Liang • Emil Lombardo • Paavo Lyle-Smythe • Luc Schol • Rita Silva • Kirsty Sim • Svetlana Talanova • Gökhan Tanrıöver • An Ting Teng • Ruudu Ulas • Veronica Viacava • Ignas Vincerzevskis • Wenxuan Wang • Jimmi Wing Ka Ho • Myro Wulff • Bing Ye •