Geese and a crow from Lifelines2012 - 2013
What is a memory? What is it made up of? If you open up a brain you don’t see a memory in there. A pattern of neuronal firing explains the physical processes but there is so much more than the purely scientific to memory and our consciousness. A thought, a fleeting picture in our mind’s eye, a memory of a smell. Can we do that, remember a smell? The memory of a sound, someone’s voice, how is it that we can recall a tone of voice in our heads? We conjure the person up before us but can only grasp at wispy threads of what once was.
- Dimensions: 36cm x 20cm
- Artforms: Drawing