Through drawing, Andréanne Godin translates moments that mark her daily life. Captured with the spontaneity of a mental sketch, these instants are given form through the methodical rubbing of pigment or powdered graphite on paper. Recollected moments and their representation come together as a kind of metaphor for memory. Reality fuels the imagination, and its pictorial interpretation summons a troubling déjà vu effect. In fact, Godin’s drawings reveal the universality of intimate memories.