Jacinta Giles’ practice is concerned with the sensations, intensities and textures through which ordinary life is experienced. The work is therefore not an image of a memory, but an archiving of our unending attempts to call into perception a past which we can never fully realise — visible and invisible echoes that enfold into each other like layers. Through using unconventional photographic processes, which takes its cues from how memory operates, what emerges is a materiality akin to the graininess of transmission. Images arising from and dissolving into another to form a second order reality — an affective archive of lived experience.