Precedent: Monument Valley
In order to commit something to memory, humans use repetition. Memories are storied across thousands of synapses and neurons, but even so, memories are always evolving and changing — degrading. Memory is unreliable.
Stories of the past often change when different people retell it, because people remember the same event differently.
I decided to build a structure that repeated itself over and over to reinforce itself. At the same time, it becomes harder to see clearly. The mist shows that the structure is not permanent and can easily be erased.