Memory, the story of self, is just as variegated and unstable. It sometimes feels like a weak radio signal going into and out of connection as you navigate the highways of everyday life, a pentimento of the ordinary. "I'm very interested the way that photography, film, and images influence our relationship to memory," VanDerBeek says. "And this connects to dad's exhibition—that multi-screen and multimedia work that he created is, to me, kind of a physical manifestation of the way we collect and organize memory via these layered, shifting collages of images. A very intimate, personal moment can be consistently flickering and shifting in your recollections and understanding of time, history, and life."