The Traveler Remembers recreates 6 achronological moments from a dream the locus of which was large modern building looking out onto an ever-shifting landscape.
Sequence (con) Sequence: (sub)versions of photography in the 80s, Julia Ballerini, Ed. Aperture, 1989:
“The photographic projections layering Nancy Goldring’s The Traveler Remembers are ghosts of their former selves. Transparent, fragile, on the edge of materiality, they speak to the elusive, mutating function of an aide memoire in which photography can no longer be enlisted…Acutely photographic, The Traveler Remembers records the unphotographic postmodern condition of perte de memoire.”