The Memory of Aden Walker

'The Memory of Aden Walker' explores the possibility of how humans will relive and explore their memories in a speculative future. The science in the film evolves from our current technological inclinations, reaching a deep confluence of the real and virtual. The film is shown through the memory of a transhuman who loses himself in his own virtual memories of his dead wife. Could neuro technology change the fate of human memory?

The film is experienced through a version of the Google Cardboard, which is a head mounted display allowing users to be fully immersed in the memory. The binaural recorded audio puts the user in a 3d sound space. Apart from being an audio/visual piece, users feel the vibration from the memory allowing the experience to become multi-sensorial.


Sultan Barodawala is an artist, designer & filmmaker from India currently based in Brooklyn. His personal work explores memory, nature & immersive experiences. While in India, Sultan worked with MTV, Viacom 18, Red Bull and Underwater Film Services and won awards at the Adobe Achievement Design Awards and the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival.