Sigmund Freud published his work Über Deckerinnerungen in 1899. In it, the concept of discovery discovery is introduced for the first time, linked, at the same time, to the problems related to the way memory works and their distortions, the importance and the raison d’être of fantasies, the amnesia that covers the first years of life and, after all, childhood sexuality.
In essence, such memories, transcendent or not, hide what is truly important. In a way, they constitute “wrong memories” that eclipse another reality and relegate to oblivion what can be dangerous or compromising. However, it is proved that oblivion does not exist, it is simply a hard disk that is not found, but that is surely stored somewhere, since the forgotten is so intense that, in some way, it gets to disturb .
In this way, they relate the banal memories (?) With those who truly leave a mark, with the emotion and mystery of when an eclipse is expected: reality hides the hidden reality, and this second, inevitably, rebounds … first, hurting, but then healing. This lost memory package has been found and, in connection with those that have acted as screen, have succeeded in structuring the argument of the chapters of a story that were unconnected.
“Eclipse” closes this series of three, in which it has dive to the bottom of the memory itself to cleanse the bottom and transform the turbulent one into crystalline. / Trilogy / (“Playback, Vol. I” / on helplessness, “Labyrinth, Vol. II” / on melancholy and loss) concludes as a cathartic experience that flows from darkness to light and opens up to an unmistakable but calm future after the storm.