Caleb Shafer


Memories act as a profound bridge between time and space, enabling us to experience time non-linearly and offering a unique perspective on the existence and transformation of places.

By utilizing model-making as a tool, I explore how memory distills life experiences. Both personal narratives and physical models undergo a process of compression, stripping away superfluous details to reveal their core essence. Though this compression involves some loss, it also gives rise to new narratives and insights into life. Through this exploration, I aim to deepen our understanding of the intricate interplay between memory and space, highlighting their interconnected nature and illuminating their mutual influence.


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