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Penelope is full of memory, objects, and flesh. The bodily nature of a text barely divided by punctuation breaks or breath is almost overwhelming. Unlike Bloom who catalogues his thoughts in a linear fashion, Molly curates her recollections as a jumbled collection of places, objects and feelings. Inspired by Orhan Pamuk's Museum of Innocence, I want to find real world counterparts for those places, objects and feelings during my residency in Eastport, Maine. I will create the photographs using Polaroid cameras and expired 669 film.