The more digital information we create overtime, the more scarce our capacity to remember what we have created and digitally stored in any way or medium becomes. I call this «Attentional Obsolescence». From text messages, images, passwords, on clouds, hard drives, phones, to saved online, locally, shared with other people, from apps, every single fragment of information has a meaning to us. Some objects we remember with no problem at all, other we forget in minutes. Uncollected Memories is a personal place where all these «objects» are collected under the same roof and allows anyone to participate by asking me something to remember or to look for.