Visiting the V&A, I photographed some exhibitions or pieces that I particularly enjoyed seeing out of the list we were given to visit. One of them was this glass case full of a collection of things named as 'The Art of Remembering'. There was a small book introduced as 'furniture without rest' which explained the concept of remembering through movement. It explains how one's mind is taken to another level when remembering, the artist has drawn made up pieces of furniture that can be walked on and rearranged in various combinations. I found this inspiring as the idea of movement and memory connect in a place in your mind, sometimes without you even realising.