(In)Voluntary memories is created using found 16mm film footage culled from the Visual Studies Workshop archives. Among the ancient Greek senses of logos in ‘analog’ are ‘word’ and ‘gathering’: just as analog traces retain their anachronism, the words of the story gather the different layers of time without quite fusing them into one. Analog is inherently anachronistic, resulting in the non-linear conjunction of different times. Building my story from pre-existing ones plays on the nature of recognition which creates involuntary memories. The modality of the past rendered on celluloid becomes personal history in the present.