Category Archives: Memory

noun \ˈmem-rē, ˈme-mə-\
plural mem·o·ries
Definition of MEMORY
a : the power or process of reproducing or recalling what has been learned and retained especially through associative mechanisms
b : the store of things learned and retained from an organism’s activity or experience as evidenced by modification of structure or behavior or by recall and recognition
a : commemorative remembrance
b : the fact or condition of being remembered
a : a particular act of recall or recollection
b : an image or impression of one that is remembered
c : the time within which past events can be or are remembered
a : a device (as a chip) or a component of a device in which information especially for a computer can be inserted and stored and from which it may be extracted when wanted; especially : ram
b : capacity for storing information
: a capacity for showing effects as the result of past treatment or for returning to a former condition —used especially of a material (as metal or plastic)

Water Time

“Water Heart” Sònia Eva DomenecH / Abril 13 Instalación Fractal mathematics are the basement of understanding the flow of the water. And water has memory also, based on fractal geometrie. It remembers in time the way, the behaiviour, the target. … Continue reading

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Actual Exhibition, “Liebe in Bürgerkriegen” – Herne, Germany

Actual Exhibition, “love in civil wars” – Herne, Germany In later centuries the fall of the Berlin Wall will be considered the true beginning of a new European migration of the peoples. Europe’s powerful attraction to the world is fed … Continue reading

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Actual Exhibitions

Next Exhibitions: 2012.13<< >15 des-29 febrer: “STOP-NOW-START” colective exhibition from el DRAC in Cervera del Maestre, Spain, Casa del Dragon. Instalation: The Memory >15 march to 15 may: “Love in civil wars” with el DRAC, in Akademie Mont-Cenis, Herne, German. … Continue reading

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