uestions on memory in general and the individual acts of remembering have gained considerable attention in the past years in both the Fragmented Visuals and the natural act of making. This is particularly true for interest in autobiographical memory, which guarantees the ability, essential to at least highly individualized societies, of maintaining both a coherent awareness of one’s self over time as well as a consistent feeling of identity. This ability in turn makes it possible to develop a personal orientation towards future events on the basis of past and present experiences, and then to relate them to and synchronize them with visual and conceptual expression.
The different approaches to the topic of autobiographical memory from various fields of research, such as the social, visual culture and biological, have been evolving rather independently of one another, although their theoretical models and concepts are interrelated.
The aim of this works of the autobiographical memory, integrating findings on the Self-development, understanding, age and time -specific memory competences and social interaction. It is based on a Fragmented research, leading to a profound concept of Emotional memory, which could be helpful for next step of artistic journey.