re:memory serves as a memoir about two female artists, Sally Mann and Toni Morrison.
Through their works, Mann and Morrison establish wavering relationships with memory. It is the intersection between the two that begins to create commentary about other aspects of their lives. While the two worked in two separate realms, photos and quotes focusing on the power of memory serves in the different iterations of their work and interviews were spliced in order to have both Mann and Morrison respond to one another. As the book progresses, images and text were distorted and faded from previous spreads in order to have the new content have the context of previous elements.