Memoria Technica focuses on the use of primary memory and nostalgia instigated by the works within the exhibition.
The artists’ works are envisaged as manifestations of the individual (artist’s) memory, deciphered and understood within the spectator’s understanding of shared experience and cognitive recognition. The exhibition space thereby becomes an accomplice in creating an environment that encourages active reminiscence. Both elements (the artworks and gallery space) acted as distinct components of the ‘memoria technica’, an overarching apparatus that encourages the act of reminiscence to take place.
Memoria Technica was curated by Christina Millare.