All I Remember
When my mother divorced my father and my sister could not stop crying and I merely observed.
It started as a diary about childhood memories, then I was convinced it developed into a family portrait. But it turned out to be a rhythmic visual poem that tries to grasp my feelings from the time when my parents got divorced in 2000. The Hills Were Higher When You Were Young* (working title) is a fictionalised memoir of the feelings that occured when my family structures changed and I found myself navigating through a new place on a stud farm. It also asks how memories shape our identities and to which extent memories can be reconstructed within a photograph.
The project is finished and I am currently editing the project for a book that will be published by Verlag Kettler in 2024.