The Hidden Bones of an Ordinary Life

Selena De Carvalho

“I had a flashback of something that never existed”

-Louise Bourgeois

Selena will present works that explore the distance and the tension between the lived experience and the archived memory of experience, responding to neurological science that shows memories leave a physical trace in your brain.

Research demonstrates that the more that you access a memory the more it changes, as each time you ‘remember’ it is re-written neurologically, thus straying from the primary experience.

Works will be projected using numerous micro devices, some will be installed within found objects on small screen playbacks.




6pm, Wednesday 30 April


30 April - 17 May 2014