Working Series Statement For Megan Driving Hawk, double exposures act like memories. What we remember about a moment is altered by the fact that we are no longer in that moment. Our memories aren't actually what happened. We forget and make up details. We also feel differently about a memory than what we felt while we were in that moment. A double exposure helps to convey these altered details. They show complex human emotions: simultaneous contradictory emotions. Additionally, two people's memories of the same event or relationship can diverge creating two simultaneous memories of the same moment. One is not more or less than the other. Both versions are true and can live in the world together as valid experiences. They are simultaneous. One night while holding my 2-month-old son, I realized that this simultaneity is happening with him. His memory of our relationship will be different and simultaneous with mine just as my memory of my childhood is different and simultaneous with my parent’s memory of it.