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Memory /記憶

In the interview with the air raid survivor mentioned earlier, I asked them about "things that remain in their personal memories" and episodes related to them, in addition to places that remain in their memories. If the object itself actually existed, I just photographed it. If it did not exist for some reason, I reconstructed and recreated it, including my personal imagination, based on their memories of it. In the sense that I myself, who did not experience the air raid, added "reinterpretation of memory" to the nonexistent objects that air raid survivors had owned in the past, I hoped to examine how memories change through other people and generations.



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