“There is no perception that is not full of memory. With the immediate and present data of our senses, we mingle a thousand details out of our past experience. In most cases these memories supplant our actual perceptions, of which we retain only a few hints, thus using them merely as "signs" that recall to us former images.”
(Henri Bergson, Matter and Memory, ch.1)
There Is No Perception That Is not Full of Memory studies bergsonian ideas on the perception of material reaity and its intertwining with personal memory. Proceding simultaneously to the reading of Matter and Memory each experimentation visualises Henri Bergson's statements and tries to understand them by means of drawing.
Moreover, the book is used as a toolbox to map real space. To challenge their ability to set a light on subjective experience of space and objects in space, each statement is transformed in a criterion to follow in drawing, tried out as a structure or made into a rule, as in a game.