Map projects are about an act of correcting memory of a physical place. This map alludes to the difference between how we understand a physical place logically and how we actually feel and perceive it. In other words, this work results from the superimposition of what is remembered and what is a supposed real as knowledge.

With this work, I am focusing on the memory process and emphasize the changeable character of memory, its fluidity and dimness. I want to point out the impossibility of accurate recollection and contrast that with people’s obsession with a clear and accurate recalling of the past. There are numbers and arrows on the artwork that show my memory-fixing process but these calculations and scribbles do not help complete representation of reality. Reality is constantly changing and one can never be accurate enough to recall all its changes. The method of using numbers and figures just functions as a tool for an inexact form of reconstructed reality.