This series explores the photographs ability to illuminate memories. Using the photographs from my own family albums, I attempt to use specific moments as a means to connect to the general public. Enlarging the images past their thresholds transforms the moments from accurate representations to pixelized interpretations. The xerox transfer onto watercolor paper both reverses the images and degrades the clarity and quality. Here the grid acts as a means to fragment the image, which represents memory and truth. The viewer is encouraged to create their own truth from their own memories sparked by the imagery presented.

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