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"Memory Containers" are shapes we bump to every day of our lives. We know what a box is, because there are so many models of it in our environment: The refrigerators, the television, the cupboards, the micro-waves, the video, the computers and even the houses we live in.

"Memory Containers" are imprisoned situations in which an illusion of movement replaces the disappearance of the body; they are places in which images are created like in the human eye or in a camera.

Photography appears in most of my work as a symbol of the footprints of an event that occurred, a loyal and untruthful witness of reality.

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