In la memoria si fa carne, I place myself between personal and collective Memory. I tried to look at myself beyond my own person.
The memory is not processed to serve as an anchor. Instead, it is intended to be a catapult, a port of departure.
I emphasize that even the most intimate memories are not the reflection of a strictly private memory but rather the project of taking oneself as a subject of study to better understand the Human in general and Memory in particular.
The second part of the project is about memory and identity. I do not perceive an identity to protect; but only to achieve, an identity of outstretched arms, not fixed roots.
My identity is no longer that of yesterday. I am my ideas that I have changed, the emotions I have had, good and bad.
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