Catherine Panebianco, a fine art photographer, describes her series from which the photograph below is taken:
“No Memory Is Ever Alone is a visual conversation between my dad and me. He used to bring out a box of slides that he photographed in his late teens and early twenties every Christmas and made us view them on an old projector on our living room wall, telling the same stories every year. It was a consistent memory from a childhood where we moved a lot and I never felt like I had a steady place to live and create memories.
“By placing the slides in my current landscape, I create not only a connection between his life and mine, but a trail of memories, each that had its own association for both of us. These little vignettes of family life in my current space comfort me that my parents and others are still near, watching over me. They create a home for me wherever I go.”
See more of Panebianco’s photography at catherinepanebianco.com.