2013 > Maybe I'm Still There

Beyond momentary memories.

Small fragments of memories are recreated back to back in their original realm. The regenerated memories have clearly and vividly settled down as if they are real moments. Annie’s plaster objects reflect her process of remembering and keeping. The crocheted pieces and memories have solid forms, but at the same time they are fragile and vulnerable bordering between vague original moments and incomplete memories. The crocheted hair on the wall which is mimicking the pattern of the chair and table may be a different form of the same recollection. The hair piece and plaster objects continue to produce reformed memories by communicating and interacting each other. Eventually, memories lose their nature and become real, and the real moments where the memories are from are not real anymore.

Yeon Wook Mun, in response to Maybe I'm Still There