Recovering memory I artist multiple, edition of 100, 2008
$50.00 each

I can't tell the difference.
Can you tell the difference?
I can't tell the difference.

Based on a well-known childhood memory game, but with a twist. Instead of easily identifiable shapes or images, this matching game uses a single image of rippling water as the base. While there are indeed 16 unique pairs, each is (almost) indistinguishable from all the other pairs.

Produced by the AGYU in conjunction with Zaccagnini's fall 2008 exhibition.

All proceeds raised support the programs of the Art Gallery of York University.
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