In the mid 1990's, I was inspired by an interview I read about Lee "Scratch" Perry, who used to bury his master tapes in his backyard to age them. I began wondering about aging exposed film to reflect the fading of memories, and to also jog my own memory. about 2 dozen rolls accumulated, and then they just sat, in an old bread bag, travelling with me from place to place, given no special treatment, but kept safe. I am now slowly starting to get rolls developed. Some of the rolls were color, some black and white, some medium format, shot on various cameras, mostly my trusty Minolta XG-1, which is STILL my main camera. The project didn't turn out quite like I had envisioned, but as things "develop" (sorry, I had to), we'll see where it goes.