Non-Personna is an experimental project about identity, belonging and the function of photography as a recording tool. This cinematographic convey is pursuing the people and places which lost their identity as being a member of chaotic city.
“Record” as a problem has occupied human mind for thousands of years. Man, being aware of his consciousness, resorted to various methods in order to transfer his experiences to the following generations and thus the problem of records became a ground upon which modern civilization was built. In our days digital or analog record systems entered our lives as medium always available, to fix our daily lives, even very brief moments.
Record is duration, which is “essentially memory, conciousness” and memory “is the accumulation and preservation of the past in the present”*
Record is the accumulation of duration whereby it occupies the center of memory formation. Now what is there in the essence of memory? Reliability or all the experiences our conciousness have acquired as a man? As capabilities of record develop, do those of memory become pour or rich?
"Can you be one and the same person at the same time?**
**Persona, Ingmar Bergman, 1966