Apostrophes Recollected (2014-2015)

a·pos·tro·phe

əˈpästrəfē/

1. a punctuation mark ( ’ ) used to indicate either possession or the omission of letters or numbers.

2. an exclamatory passage in a speech or poem addressed to a person (typically one who is dead or absent) or thing (typically one that is personified)

I sit in front of home videos I have never seen and recount memories that arise from watching the videos. 

People I can't remember, others I wish I could forget.  When no new meories or stories arose, I would sit in silence and observe. 

Apostrophes Recollected I
Location: Boston
Duration: 35 minutes

1st iteration: Boston Massachusetts

1st iteration: Boston Massachusetts

Apostrophes Recollected II
Location: Boston
Duration: 60 minutes

I begin sitting at a wooden tabel and chair. Relfectons of home videos are blurred on a sheet of melting ice. As the ice drips through the tabel, I loslowly drop onto the floor, staring silently, reflecting on the past. 

Apostrophes Recollected III
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Duration: 210 minutes
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