This project proposes a Memory Museum, which explores the relationship between mother and daughter and examines how different pieces of memories can intertwine together. It is where mother and daughter stand together after all these years of the pandemic and understand the gaps between each other. The Memory Museum highlights the importance of connecting through memory and how spatial environments are crucial in experiencing. This has been investigated through a methodology of superimposition, highlighting the correlation between things we see and remember and further placing the memories in the same position as the present. Although it is not a built project or aiming to build, it is a spatial exhibition project, where the projections of things remind us of our old days and lead us to jump into the nostalgic moments hidden inside.
For those who cast an eye over this thesis, it introduces fascinating experiences that will lead them to their inner library and fill up the authenticity of their memories. Pulled-out pieces of traces create a temporal flow that captures this project's intention; to understand the intersectionality in the collective relationship and its correlation to the places through sharing and recognising different memorised places.