This artwork is called ‘Memory Mannequin’ and has been assembled with found objects. The colour photographs are mine and the snippets represent fragments of memory. I am trying to convey how in a lifetime you build up a memory bank of past events and how it is impossible to recollect every detail. You can also interpret the collection of metal pieces and images as a shield which could protect you against future eventualities because of the previous life experiences you have encountered. Viewers are challenged to come up with visions of their own visual memory. What are the scientific mechanics of the reconstruction of learned information and knowledge of past events and experiences? Fragments of (personal) history are here depicted with everyday objects.