How do our recollections distort, decay, and effect truth over time? What is "truth" in the realm of memory and how does the convergence and/or the collapse of memory and memory-space alter our understanding of personal narrative? Resonating from within, our cumulative bank of memories directs emotional responses, colors environmental reactions, and influences our behavior, understanding and habits.
Through this work I present the ambiguity of my narrative history. Along with indeterminate and fleeting visual cues, other recollections and information fill in the blanks. Past spaces intermingle not only with one another but also with the existing physical space. Truth and falsity here collide; there is no mechanism or awareness to differentiate them. Distinct series explore thematic ideas by dissecting specific trigger points of memory, emotional impulses and selected relationships.