Processing is an experimental video meant to be played on loop, which analyzes the processes of history and memory making by looking at a singular event: the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Processing's goal is to examine the power dynamics inherent in history-making and encourage a perspective that sees history as cyclical, rather than having happened, as continually being made and re-made. In this way, I hope that the making of history might become accessible to those who have been written out or suppressed by its monolithic acceptance as truth.
© Alexander Krause 2020