Je me souviens ( ) is a video installation about the daily life of Colombian political refugees living in Sherbrooke, Quebec. Due to its experimental nature, this film uses a computer algorithm to show a different version of the film, not random, during each of its projections. Edited in real time from a media database, this film doesn’t have a fixed duration, not a beginning or an end. This piece shows a group of five Colombian political refugees who documented their own lives through video recordings. The images and sounds caught by these five people have being complemented with images and sounds shot in Colombia, in places that are meaningful for the main characters. Through different image and sound textures, this film invites spectators to have different readings and interpretations of the complexity of living in exile. The suggested viewing time of this video installation is between 60 and 90 minutes.