Dir. Nic Kemp
2m 30s looped video
Two-screen video and sound installation by Nic Kemp.
Memory Run is a two-screen video and sound installation and the first part of a triptych of installations exploring the idea of how the perception of ones memory changes over time within a sequence of a seemingly everyday situation.
Set in a suburban London street; a woman is literally running away from her problems. In doing so she triggers a series of interconnected events.
Shooting on a new format HD camera, the main running sequences were filmed
Nic Kemp is interested in exploring the triggering of memories; the environment and circumstance of which a memory arrives and the relationship of the memory to the present. She questions the solidity of a memory and how it is perceived.