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Intangible Memories


Memories are subjective and can not be used to prove the existence of the past. Sometimes, I can't tell which memories are inherent and which are told by others. When I recall things, yet no one can confirm they happened, I often wonder if they occurred. What happens in a dream can sometimes become real over time, as if I had experienced it myself. Over time, my memories, other people's memories, and the boundaries of dreams all blurred and gradually merged into one. 

I created a series of drawings depicting my memories and subconscious thoughts, reorganizing them with collages and embroidery. Through this approach, I could reinterpret my memories and view them from a new perspective. 

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