Memory & Personal Identity
A year-long thesis exploration on how memories shape our identity and what it means when we have memory loss, distorted memories, and implanted false memories. In my book I have rectangles appearing throughout the spreads, they represent memory loss, potential memories, and sometimes they highlight parts of memories that may or may not be significant. I also used transparency pages to represent how layers of information, past and present disrupt, or distorts our memories. 



I also created boxed frames that held plexiglass with images on them. I idea was to have viewers interact with the "memories" and create their own, or change and distort already made "memories".