ARCHITECTURES OF MEMORY
Video Projection mapping, Public Art
In research, we conducted interviews asking how memories looked, felt, and sounded. We chose to focus on the extremes of memory - happy memories, joyful memories, painful moments, memories you would never want to lose - with the idea that these polar extremes remain above all else when our memory deteriorates.
Using video to visually interpret our research, Architectures of Memory is a site-specific, thirty minute, three channel video installation exploring the many complexities and poetics of the construction of memory and its erosion within the human brain. Images and text were projected on the cliffside, rocks, and waves within the ocean inlet.
Press and Exhibitions
- Architectures of Memory, Public Art Event at Mitchell's Cove, Santa Cruz, CA in partnership with the City of Santa Cruz and UC Santa Cruz's Performative Technologies Project Group, Oct. 21, 2011.