Created by Félix Luque Sánchez and Iñigo Bilbao, Memory Lane is a sculptural representation and investigation into memory and space by questioning human capacity of generating fiction, either by means of a simple child's game or of a complex technological process.
Inspired by several locations in the districts of Ribadesella and Llanes, Asturias (Spain), which shape authors' childhood and youth memories, the installation aims to creates a 'unit' of natural elements – sand rock and landscape, by using physical environment of the location as a sculpture mould. The installation explores these two physical elements using a video projection of the scanned location synchronised with a movement of a sand rock. The sand rock was scanned and reproduced in full detail (with the exception of its colour and weight) and floats on top of powerful electromagnets within a structure that shifts horizontally. The noise caused by the magnetic field is enhanced to create a sound environment that wraps both art works in an almost meditative ambience.