The work explores relations between photography and autobiographical memory. The idea came from the artist’s reflections about the origin of her personal memories about childhood, and to what extent their formation was influenced by photographs and video material from the family archive. The artist uses photographs taken by her father in her early childhood and manipulates scanned and reprinted images. Each print was covered with a chemical solution that destroyed dye layers of the chromogenic photo paper. The process of destruction was captured by transferring the dyes to a white sheet of watercolour paper placed on top of the photograph. The resulting impression was then scanned and separated into three colour layers creating a rhyme with the layers of the color photographic paper.
Thus the experiment with physicality of photographic materials becomes a metaphor for the close interconnectedness of memory and photography.