Hanging my photographic images
Recollection can be fragmented into parts. Some parts might not be factually correct, parts might be missing and all parts of the recollected experience can fluctuate and change each time .
Hanging printed images on thin cotton allows them to continuously turn and move in the way that parts of our memory appear and fade / disappear.
The philosophers Nietzsche and Derrida both refer to possible revelation in terms of a rupture which could create a condition of historical sense. My enquiry is around the fleeting moment between something taking place and then being consigned to memory.