EUTERPE • 12m
MEMORIA DATA collects the moments of connection from various and distant familial archives. Familiar eyes make contact with the lens, gestures are are tossed to the camera operator and mouths spill unheard words. These images remind us of why we keep records, who we set our sights upon and exactly how we felt when our camera was running. Commissioned by the Chicago Film Archives and Lab 80 Film [Cinescatti Archive].
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