a modernistic memory | finding ghosts in familiar places | a place of curated thoughts
Often I think of the small town. The big city. The place where all this started—this thirst. Often I remember, the small town, and the big city: Sleeping with my dreams; fleeting fading dreams. And the curated thoughts come hauntingly back to me.
“A Modernistic Memory” is a new conceptual series based on the connectivity of memory attachments as they relate to places of significance in my past.
“Finding Ghosts In Familiar Places” is an experimental video art piece and re-captured video still remixes that explores the fluid ambiguities and the interwoven hints of nostalgia within the memories of the artist’s past. The film, through its visual and aural construct creates a symbiotic digital awareness that embraces both a conscious mindset of past experiences and the emotional embodiment of the heart found in those experiences. “Finding Ghosts In Familiar Places” is by all accounts a journey of personal recollection and interpersonal intimacy for the artist.