The top level of memory is what we keep handy and articulated for deployment whenever a social setting calls for it. These are the most important moments of our lives defined externally. 

 

    There is another level of memory that seems so trivial when you describe it to people, or pointlessly abstract. Some of these memories have no subject, or object. They can be sensations. To turn these into physical objects feels very important, there has to be something inherently useful here. There must be some attribute these innocuous, daily moments share that can be represented and harnessed. 

 

    We will someday not have the faculties necessary to remember my childhood. With this system of sculpture, I plan on creating circumstances that will allow me to rebuild these memories from their base elements.