History became a waste of time...*

History obliterates, conceals, distorts and forgets. 

This is due to contingency, oversight, necessity or intention.

Destruction leaves signs, and what is distorted keeps the memory of an initial state.

Through history, asphalt illustrates these destructions and preservations.

In the guise of a circular puck this is material  to Memory Pucks.

Memory Pucks supposes that each asphalt puck  conceals a piece of information.

They stem from all periods of time and are apt to  replenish the lacks that prevent the completion of a common memory.


 A glass and steel table attracts columns of thousands of Memory Pucks: 

 arising to unveil an object to history.

Conceal and unveil.

*"History became a waste of time in our speedy societies", quote French journalist Franz Olivier Giesbert

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