All that is left, all that is

“All that is left, all that is” Much of my childhood is documented through photographs and home videos. The ability to rewind and observe my life has sparked my curiosity with my own memories as well as the history of the objects and spaces that surround me. All that is left, all that is represents the ephemeral nature of memory and the desire to hold on to experiences however real or imagined they may be. The video visualizes the struggles involved with the preservation of an experience, memory or an event that you can no longer grasp. It also illustrates the need to preserve a faded memory, as if the mere reminder of the memory keeps it alive. Ultimately, the video questions how we define ourselves by what we can contain.

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