Does one ever stop remembering?
In 'Non-Fiction’, the aim was to go back to a personal archive and excavate images from events. In a sense, by remembering, what is remembered is then subjected to decay :
"Things in the past are in some ways nurtured if kept forgotten. Forgetting, like burial is a preservative. A kind of storage".
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