Silkscreen book printed in blue and orange.
Réminiscence is based on neurologist Oliver Sacks’ essays, The Man who mistook his wife for a hat. He tells the case of an old lady who wakes up with aural reminiscences. Past songs were juxtaposed with the present time like augmented reality. Sacks highlights the patient’s paradoxical relationship with the anomaly in his report. While one could have been disturbed by what is considered a disorder, she enjoyed hearing songs from her childhood and was gloomy to hear it disappearing once the problem was solved.