The last breath traced in the fissures of the memory
2017 in process
The air that touched her hair, the light that permeated her skin, the voice that whispering in her ear.
She knew that everything was a product of her imagination, but the need to feel that it had been real was stronger than her reason. She remember how the light was vanishing around the room, how the water ran through her skin.
States of memory shaped by gestures that seek to expand the image to understand it as mental image that is unrolled in the border between abstraction and imagination, weaving multiple possible routes around the invisible.