Miles Giesbrecht: I Forgot I Kept a Journal
Thu. December 7th 2017 - Sun. December 31st 2017
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What would a narrative of memories look like? How would it read? Would it be chronological or chromological? Would it be categorical by emotion or alphabetical? A narrative of memories I think, would be like a cloud. On the outside would be events from life that have no immediate context, but would be encountered near other events. Deeper memories would be there in context to previous events. A consensus or fabric of narrative could seem to form. This cloud of memories moved through by a viewer, might suggest a story, and amazingly be familiar to their own lives and trigger comparable memories within themselves.