Collective memory is characterized by the way history is documented, archived, collated and presented to us in the Now. By means of photographic staging, the addition of documentary materials and recontextualization, the apparently trivial becomes an integral part of a very particular pictorial canon. The legitimization and localization of photographic material in an archaeological and scientific context is supported by a corresponding aesthetic and certain visual motifs. In Solazzo’s work future Remnants of What Has Been, a fictitious realm of possibly is opened up in which real and unreal movable set pieces are layered on top of one another and placed within a series of expectations. His work is composed of photographs, analogue paper collages, screenshots and found images.