Frozen Memory, 2002
In Frozen Memory I explore two aspects of our social life: death and marriage.  Both are turning points, gates leading into unexplored lands.
 I don’t dwell on the societal trappings of death and marriage, but on the inner sentiments lying beneath the clinical envelope of the human body using memory as my guide.  Receptacle of all things true and twisted, past and evolving, memory keeps its own parallel track of life. It grapples with what the days and years bring


resonates with everything we sense and experience. It overpowers, pre-empts. Allows me to question shall I die after living or during?

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