Every life is utterly dedicated to death and will come to a close with death. However, death merely implies the inexistence of subject. This work calls into existence a kind of “Being.”
Recalling memory is a ceremony of self-construction. It aims at searching for the evidence of existence through the process of recalling the internalized memory images. For an observer, the memory images transformed from visual images represent just the materials of the external world. These images must undergo the ceremony of “calling” during which they are rearranged and rememorized in order to produce the subjective image of the observer.