: a disorder of memory characterized by the illusion that the familiar is being encountered for the first time
"It's the opposite of deja vu. Instead of feeling extra familiar, things seem totally unfamiliar. In this case there is too little connection between long-term memory and perceptions from the present. When a person is in this state, nothing they experience seems to have anything to do with the past. They might be talking to a person they know well and suddenly they person seems totally unfamiliar. Their sense of knowing the person, and knowing how to relate to them simply vanishes. A room in which they spend a lot of time suddenly becomes totally novel; everything seems new. Details they will have seen a thousand times suddenly become engaging."
Her myth discusses the letting go of the primitive, grasping human aspects which encompassed her unacknowledged, unexpressed fears and desires.
III. ACQUIRING SOVEREIGNTY AND SEXUALITY
IV. GRASPING WOMANHOOD
V. LETTING GO OF ME
3200 ILFORD 35MM
WHERE DAYS BLEED INTO NIGHTS AND NIGHTS BLEED INTO DAYS
THREE X FOUR
Mini instax shot on Instax mini 90.
I hadn't been shooting simply because I had lost my inspiration. I decided one day that I was being absolutely lazy and decided to take my Mini Instax camera out and find inspiration all within a 3x4 block radius of my residence. It worked and I have been shooting a whole lot more ever since.