Tzara Peterson

Tzara Peterson

New York, NY, US


Memory House

How do we collect, store and organize memories?

We hold memorable value in tokens, totems, photos and objects that recall our memories. We utilize computer, visual and audio data as memorable inputs.

Memories are visceral, reactionary, varied and constantly changing. In the mind, memories are stored and quickly recalled in reaction to exterior impetuses. Series of internal synaptic connections and random associations result.  

Our memories constantly change and merge with one another as we re-tell, review or re-analyze them. Thus, leading to an ever-changing network of memories

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Status: School Project
Location: Engey, Iceland
My Role: Individual Work