An old photography, portrait of an unknown woman, which I came across quite by accident became a pretext to develop this project. Due to a strange expression on her face, restless eyes, she reminded me of Dr P. a patient of an American neurologist Dr. Oliver Sacks. He became a protagonist of the essays The man who mistook his wife with a hat. This man, at some point in his life had lost the ability to perceive visually and to interpret correctly objects and people. He could only see them as a set of abstract forms. Finally he reached the point when he mistook his wife with a hat. Physically there was nothing wrong with his eyes, just some mechanisms responsible for the visual identification had failed. He also had no problems with sounds and voices recognition. Only his mind does not allowed proper visual identification. For some reason the photography of this strange woman reminded me of a various Sack’s patients. Most of them had a gap in their memory. They were lost in a world without biography or personal memories. By creating a sort of mental map of a mind with memory disorder, I try to fabricate a new biography for stranger from photo. My installation consists many components; photos and other object similar to those that each of us holds as remembrance, but also elements that are more universal and refers to collective memory. This project rather than about memory, talks about a process of forgetting.