Interactions Between Memory and Reality I and II, 2012-2013
Interactions Between Memory and Reality, 2012 is a documentation of a project in which a group of people was asked to categorize a list of forty-two interactions between memory and reality, into three to five categories.
This project has been a physical fulfillment of the question whether there is any unconscious, common ground to the way we categorize unfamiliar phenomena and interactions that haven’t been categorized for us in advance. Each group of categories represents each participant’s grouping and categorization of the forty-two interactions.
In Interactions Between Memory and Reality II, 2013, the participants were asked to map up to five interactions from the same list of interactions, using Euclidean geometric tools of a dot and a line.
Interactions Between Memory and Reality, 2012