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Date of Award
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
My works are inspired by autobiographical memories — especially those that are traumatic. However, the works rather discuss the nature of how memories are recalled, stored forgotten, remembered, manipulated, constructed, reconstructed, and destructed. Memory is a pseudo reality, that grounds on past events but is different from the objective truth. Memory is one’s own creation, which is formed by the body and mind through time, space, and experience. Then it is stored in the mind, within the infinite void of dimensional space. In my writing, I’ll explore John Sutton’s Philosophy and Memory Traces, Roland Barthe’s Camera Lucida, Cathy Caruth’s Unclaimed Experience, and art works by Alain Resnais, Doris Salcedo and Josiah McElheny.
Lee, Ashley, "On Remembrance" (2017). Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Papers. 20.