Caley Taylor Misunderstanding Memory

Leslie Grove Gallery ⁠ not_accessible
1158 Queen St E
Apr 27–May 15
Reception
May 5, 6–9pm

The Misunderstanding Memory project began as Caley Taylor unpacked her memories and examined them for accuracy. Memories are hazy, subjective constructs. Every time a memory is conjured, it is saved in one’s brain slightly differently. Most memories cannot be fully trusted and can cause neurosis, unless one does the hard, personal growth of searching their minds and asking, “Is this memory true?”

But, a film photograph can speak the truth and serve as concrete documentation. Taylor’s photographs frame moments and invite the viewer to take a risk and examine their own unique memories sparked by her images.

Meet the artist on Sunday, May 1, 8, and 15 from 2-4pm.