Memory has a fascinating way of forming narrative. We believe we recall something as it happened only to find evidence that events were in fact rather different.
I'm intrigued by the flaw of misremembered pasts.
artist: Sean Lotman
Whatever facts are attached to an experience inevitably fade, while strange details are exaggerated and given primacy. I wanted to give form to this bewilderment with The Sniper Paused So He Could Wipe His Brow.
Sniper reminds the reader that our understanding of things evolves with time and nothing is quite like we remember it.