Album, the first part of the project is a study on the nature of memories and their relationship with the images that accompany them. A glitch technique becomes a creative tool to reinterpret those memories and represent the fluidity of memory. Through this manipulation of data in family album photographs, we explore how memories can be altered and reconfigured, as can the images that encapsulate them. This leads to reflecting on the very nature of memory and how our personal experiences are intrinsically linked to the way we perceive the world. Ultimately, this project invites us to question the stability of our memories and to consider how our perception of reality can be shaped and transformed over time. As a result, the series that emerges from this research shows that, like life itself, memory is a constantly evolving and changing process.