Snow Of Memories
We're used to taking photographs and store them on hard drives, CDs or DVDs to keep them close to us and remember our precious moments of joy and happiness. We use and need sophisticated devices to materialize and display them on screens and prevent them from fading away. Memories define us as a human being and digital memories are the history books of our lives, an endless combination of 0 and 1 supposed to last through time.
Using black and white as an emulation of nostalgia and numeric interventions, I tried to illustrate this tiny link between our memories and the technology we use to store them. Are those advanced technologies, supposedly safe, a threat to our identities ?
2015 - International Festival of Contemporary Photography & Related Media, Athens, Greece