© 02019 by MATS DEKOCK.

“Memory Screen” explores the tension between subjective interpretation and objective perception, between memory and imagination. When reconstructing the past, some details remain concealed or become blurry. Others get a prominent place. The reconstruction of a memory is a mental construction of a newly generated image, that reconnects previous impressions and memories through our imagination.


“Memory Screen” plays with the relation between perception and projection. The installation works like a memory screen, onto which a hacked dia projector shoots impressions of experiences. The screen has an electric memory, like the retina that recalls impressions for a while, before they fade out.

 

The output is the LED, which operates as a sensor of perception and projects what it perceives. The capacitor is the storage organ, which is charged by the electricity it receives from the LED. LED and capacitor form a whole that sees, interprets, imagines and remembers.

 

Concept & realisation: Mats Dekock / Production: Werktank / With the support of the Flemish authorities

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