"Dass dir halte der Mann, was er als Knabe gelobt"
(That you hold the man, what he, as
a boy, vowed.)
"Memory, Refraction and Time" reflects upon how we are constructed simultaneously through memory and time, drawing a parallel between: childhood, adulthood and old age with past, present and future.
Our refractions between those realms constitute our (un)conscience and sense of being, our becoming.
Did you, the adult, keep the promise you made to yourself as a child?