‘Memory That Remains’ explores the complexity of traumatic memory. It examines how trauma affects memories and its correlation to photography; the facets of recollection and trying to forget. The submerged plant roots in water act as a metaphor for the absorption of memories. They serve as a cage surrounding or confining memories while the plant body itself, alludes to memories that, at times, lay hidden, damaged, or obscured through trauma. The work exposes the different ways traumatic memory can unconsciously be brought to the surface, at times partial and without warning.