An exhibition of art works inspired by the essay film Sans Soleil (1983) by Chris Marker and the experimental short film La Jetee (1962). The exhibition is a mixture of sculpture, painting and film inspired by the themes of memory and consciousness, and how our (seemingly) precious moments can be altered and distorted over time, which gradually erodes our identity and sense of place. And World histories(separated by distance alone), are merged together by this continuous reshaping of events. Memory is constantly being rewritten, and as consequence our own personal histories are also being rewritten.
In both of these films human beings are seen as immobile, occupying rooms and spaces for brief periods surrounded by the pressure of time.