Memories, Dreams; Interrupted (2009-2010) In retrospect, everything is a mist Memories are but faint and faded Childhood lost amidst Blurred reminisces long dead A fogged vision unveils Shapeless shapes in the distance Dimensions and definitions still to indiscernible importance Rajesh Gurung The series explore the concept of memories. Scientists have suggested that memories are stored like jpegs, broken down into small pieces and stored. When we recall an event, the pieces are then put back together; any parts missing are filled in automatically by our brain, thus altering our memories of the event. The images are taken at places where I spend a lot of time with my daughters, where memories are made. These spaces are familiar to them and yet are shared, beyond the security of our home and constantly changing beyond our control. They are interpretations of our memories. The spaces are shot using films, working with different lighting conditions and several other techniques to 'degrade' the film; the images are then reconstructed through digital means.