“We recollect a single experience from the past again and again. But I don’t think these recollected memories are always the same. Memories are always brought out in relation to a present condition, and through this repeatable recollection of memories I believe a memory becomes influenced by – and therefore – a product of what is happening to us now. Although the physical experience of time is singular, I believe time at a conscious level can multiply every time one recollects a memory and the different experiences of times generated by these actions pass in parallel to a physical time. By recreating those multiplying memories via a series of recollecting actions, I use them as important data that tell me about my contemporary self and its surrounding world.” (Daisuke Yokota) Excellent zine by young Japanese photographer Daisuke Yokota with images printed and rephotographed many times to create a highly original piece of work.