How precisely do I memorise what I have seen in my life?
The answer became clear while I was painting. When I found that I couldn’t materialise “what I had seen” – or “what I had perceived visually” – exactly as it was in my paintings, I realised what a shaky world I live in – the world in which I only roughly perceive things around me and call it my own “memory”. The more we depend on our vision as a source of information, the more unreliable the information becomes.

– 2024.02