The Pile of the Past (1928-1977) is played seven photographic portraits of family-level memory systems reminiscent of botanical nomenclature and include a diagram of the process. The “documentation” is positioned in black and white print our view oscillates between tradition dealing with the characters, as an expression of power, recognition, or importance, and poetically stylized translucent beauty of nature. Up close observation or “intimacy” with photo works exploring the charisma that lies between the subtle intimacy of fine detail and sharpness of detail is almost abstract in nature. “The Pile of Paste (1928-1977)” is a work which increases the focus on every shot through a neon table, making this series of photographs of works as an installation.