Varying edition of 5
Archival inkjet printing on translucent Dobbin Mill papers
In 2013 the artist created her own Memory Palace, a mnemonic device, which works with an architectural space in her mind, where she placed specific objects in order to remember them. Since episodic memory connects memories to locations, one can master information by mentally associating it with specific physical locations in an architectural space.
This book presents photographs she took on a walk through the streets of Montevideo, Uruguay, as a parallel to her memory walk. The pages are folded on the fore edge, creating a space to include photographs of those remembered objects.
Present, past and imagined spaces here all converge.