An Archaeology of You is a mixed-media project that proposes “you” as both the site of an archaeological study as well as a relic. “You” are simultaneously an other, an accusation, an object of longing, a loved one, and sometimes just a rhythm or a texture. “You” are also the vehicle through which I understand myself, the addressee of my narrative. If “you” is an archaeology, it exists only in the past and can be only understood through fragments and hypotheses. If "you" belong to a history that is unknowable, and I can only understand myself through "you," then I cannot fully know myself – my history is in fact, an amnesia.