Memory of Hope

Memory of Hope



Vita Berezina-Blackburn, Art and Technology

Memory of Hope is a comment on war and violence, but more so it attempts to visualize an emotional state of separation from a loved one, imagining the worst and hoping for the better. It is an attempt to visually describe the reality of fractured time and the war that happens in the mind of those who are suspended in the process of waiting.

Completed in 2003.


Fighting towers
Town with soldiers
Hand holding figure

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