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The memory of a complete experience consists of fragments of memories that are stored in different regions of the brain. Thanks to hippocampus who recompose stored memories, these bits of information are reunited from these different parts.

In this recovery process, the brain reinterprets and modifies the memory, so the more times something is remembered the difference between the original memory and the current memory become greater.

This series of works refers to the process of recovery and how the past may not be exactly as we remember it, that is, our idyllic conception of the past is unreliable.