PublicationFilm Poster     RAM attempts to chronicle contemporary sound bits through multiple processes of preservation. In the pursuit to save a moment in time, sound is repeated, stretched, and manipulated. Bits of time become elongated and repeated, and saved again. The question becomes: Can we truly save a moment? By saving are we able to capture that moment in time or does that moment transform into something separate to the original?     RAM constructs a visual language from its saved sound. These abstract images are constructed though the sound’s interaction with visual processors. The imagery displayed in this book are captured visual moments of specific moments in time. The sound captures a memory, the imagery captures the sound and the cycle repeats. The act of archiving becomes a process of creation. The original transforms itself into something entirely separate and becomes another.