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Memories are bullets. Some whiz by and only spook you. Others tear you open and leave you in pieces.
                                                              ― Richard Kadrey

Post Infantile Amnesia

Oil on Canvas

Post Infantile Amnesia is a personal, imaginative visualization of Caroline Miles’ definition of Infantile Amnesia 100 years ago, in the American Journal of Psychology (1893). A collection of earliest childhood memories from different family and friends, as well as mine are portrayed here. The blurry, incoherent conceptualization was on purpose; to denote the vagueness of detail but clarity in the content of such memories.

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