Installation, Design District, Now Gallery,London, 2021
Digital Print on Fabric, Plaster, Metal
Memories of Gigabytes is a site-specific work that transfers memories of digital spaces and personal experiences related to distinct places into physical space.
It is a materialized representation of memories, some of which are personal experiences, and some of which are data stored in an abstract network through computer technology. Despite the
differences, they locate in virtual space and are made perceptible in the installation.
Lisa Wolf focuses on exploring textures, materials, weight, temperature and softness – things we need to experience in a physical environment. Touch, move, feel.