No, this piece is not about treasures we found in Etruscan tombs, nor the bounty of Tuscan wines we brought to Sicily (cuz we left all the wine in Tuscany). Instead, here are treasures of moments that will become memories because they have been time-trapped in a digital rendering of contemporary reality. Are these memories superior to those that naturally linger in my mind? Perhaps superior in that I can communicate the images to others more readily, but not superior in terms of personal memory, which attaches smells, sounds and feelings to the images that naturally linger in my mind.
Cinque, and then some…