As memory unfolds with the unrolling of the scroll, the intricate details of the lace curtain are clearly visible in some areas and invisible in others. This work explores the juxtaposition between remembering and forgetting, what is seen and unseen, and what is known and unknown.

‘I feel as if I am sitting in my grandmother’s living room, looking at the world through her lace curtains… Sometimes I am clear in my vision and my memory, sometimes I am disconnected but aware of memories, and other times I am completely unaware of what lies on the other side of the knots.’

Richard Taylor, Alzheimer’s from the inside out, 2007