| ˌanəm'nēsis |
|A moment is a moment. It is an experience, and it only lasts for a brief period of time. Moments are unique, and easily missed. So we remember. While living in the moment, we collect and store information that we may revisit later. We take photographs, videos; we write in our journals.||Mara Tuccio is a Computer Art & Animation undergraduate student at the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University.|
|Memory, like all things, expires. Harddrives fail, brain function deteriorates, and that's life.|
Collected memories will be displayed on LCD monitors of various sizes, arranged on a wall, like framed family portraits in a home. As viewers approach these distant memories, they begin to break; the images fade, pixels bleed, and stored data information is lost and ignored.