Iosif Király: "This project investigates, by means of photography, the issue of time and memory, how our mind forgets and remembers. The Reconstructions are compound poly-perspective images where each snapshot acts as a byte of information and memory. The fact that these snapshots are taken approximately from the same spot (location) but at different moments (after periods of minutes, days, months, years) give the final image a spatial coherence but a temporal discontinuity.
Each Reconstruction is influenced by several factors such as the context where it occurs, the emotional state at the moment of remembering, and experiences accumulated from the moment the event took place until the moment it is remembered, etc. Thus some details can be given more importance than others, and some elements can be highlighted whereas others can diminish or even fade out, being replaced with elements taken from ulterior happenings or even indirectly experienced events such as information received from the mass-media or other sources and taken as our own at a subconscious level. Some of these panoramas extend the private memory into a historical context, investigating the transformations that took place during the last two decades in various urban places in Romania and abroad."