'Cache' in computing refers to the hardware or software component that stores data so that future requests can be served faster. It is a place where memory is kept well-hidden from the eye of the user, yet it is all the time present and ready to be recalled.
In 'Cache', space and chronology are undefined. Fragments of dreams and constructed moments become the ferment of a new memory, without being recollections. On a thin crust of reality, the imaginary world is weaving a new tissue. 'Cache' is a map of that living memory born in the present, functioning for the viewer as a tool of recalling a past memory. 'Cache' oscillates between past and present uncertainty, as an invisible trap, that aims to reach at the most inaccessible data of the mind, at the place where a personal redemption might be hidden.
Extinction: The world without us, Urbanautica, Italy 2019
Straight Cut, collective book, Kavala, Greece 2018
‘Cache’ featured at the book ‘Extinction: The world without us’ published by Urbanautica Institute, in Italy
‘Cache’, part of the collective book ‘Straight Cut’ made in collaboration with Klara Kallstrom Thobias Fald and VOID in the city of Kavala, during the workshop ‘Asynecdoche’, organized by Lucy Art Residency.
Phases Magazine, GR-FR