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Yan Lianke, Xisi Sofia Ye Chen and Cadhla Kennedy Ko

What isn’t visible can’t be remembered. This is why our efforts are destined to struggle against oblivion, to create and give shape to things that can be seen and touched tomorrow. Seeing is a kind of testimony, but memories can also be made: the person who manages to model today’s visibility will control the memory of now and will dominate tomorrow. How can we prevent the disappearance of memory?

Collaborator: Automática Editorial

Authors: Yan Lianke, Xisi Sofia Ye Chen, Cadhla Kennedy Ko

20 September 2020