Archiving is a natural process. Our brain constantly collects memories and groups them in sections that help us to understand and relate to what surrounds us. We autonomously collect information from dialogues, visual input, actions. For each memory we relate a series of key words and facts.
The website collects all texts that the writer produced and it divides it in keywords and quotes. The users can interact with one or the other side of the archive. The transversal dialogue is aiming to generate new ways to discover the content and information.
Sebastian Groes is a scholar of modern and contemporary literature and culture, writer and musician.