She wore a Blue Dress.
She wore a Red Dress.
In their latest series, The Temple Sisters set out to explore memory as a deeply embedded yet fluid and obscure sensibility. Time, cultural shifts, the inevitable process of aging as well as personal aesthetic and bias, hones but also distorts our view of the past. By repurposing, re arranging, and re-imagining the everyday media that we rely on to “hold” our memories,- photo albums, vintage illustrated scenes, photo negatives, – The Temple Sisters are engaging us in a conversations about the fragility and ambiguity of our memories and the identities they evoke within us.