Emorries

Emorries

n.
vivid memories of a certain experience that you carry in your head for years until they’re casually disputed by someone who remembers it very differently—correcting basic chronology, clarifying a misread gesture, or adding context you never knew—which makes you want to look again at all the images you’ve been using to piece together your worldview, wondering what details might’ve been hidden in shadow all this time, or washed out by your own naïveté.

After documentary filmmaker Errol Morris, whose work often addresses the fallibility of memory and how little of reality can be captured in a photograph. Pronounced “em-uh-reez,” like memories, but with a piece missing.

Harke

Lap Year

Echthesia

Yeorie

Daguerreologue

Daguer-reologue

Kerisl

Halfwise

Pithered

Mithenness

Énouement

Amentalio

Clockwise

Tirosy

Walloway

Nowlings

Backmasking

Inerrata

Spinning Playback Head

Kinchy

Eftless

Flashover

Altschmerz

Skidding

Mithenness

Addleworth

Spinning Playback Head

Scabulous