An image or photograph is a physical representation of a memory.
My work questions how the technological revolution has had an effect on this, in relation to how we create, alongside the loss of nostalgia through natural progression. Imagery has become careless, compressed and reformed throughout this revolution. Despite this possible downfall effected by new technologies and time, the state in which we live has improved using the same aspects which has shaped the artistic descent, becoming more efficient, aesthetically pleasing and has bettered us in many ways. The contradiction in my work aims to question whether this progression is a positive or a negative.