Peter De Bruyne
Instant # Memory
The exhibition Instant # Memory shows around twenty pictures that centralise the proces of changing memories.
In his mages, De Bruyne tries to represent distant memories, undone of their details.
Memories are always the consequence of patterns of electric and chemical activity in the brain. This activity is always in movement. Whenever we recent compare recent memories to old ones, we notice that we consecutively filter away certain details and amplify other characteristics. What was first an image full of details, dimensions and a broad pallet of color, becomes filtered until there are only contours, planes, one dimension and one color left.