Amygdala refers to the place in the brain where emotional memories are created, stored and processed. Some memories are strongly anchored in our memory, others become colored over time. Fragments from the past lose their context and their connection with the present gradually fades. In the second chapter of this ongoing series, De Wandel considered every page as a new work, by using collages, to express the many layers of memories and to make us think about how we deal with facts and manipulation, a theme that is very relevant today.
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