RETRIEVAL represents a convergence of research in two distinct areas: human memory and visual representation. The central focus of this research culminated with the utilization of the moving image and sound as a method of presentation. Its purpose was to serve as a depiction of the interdisciplinary relationship between scientific study and the substantive elements of visual and aural presentation. This work investigated the relationship between the manner in which memories are formed, recalled and lost. Collecting firsthand accounts and conducting secondary research in the areas of human cognition, memory and brain degeneration were essential to the creation of this project. This examination required an intense study of the changing human brain and the formation of memory combined with techniques to present these recollections visually. The culmination of this research resulted in the visual representation of memories, which embody a complex academic study and a distinct method of presentation. This aural and visual unification symbolized an arrangement of both authentic and created narratives by utilizing techniques exclusive to the area of multimedia production and presentation. This project has a strong connection to both scientific and artistic study while the final product has united these areas into a tangible universal experience. RETRIEVAL was installed in the University Art Gallery at San Diego State University and screened for faculty review on April 30, 2013. The DVD, and appendix to the project, is available for viewing at the Media Center of Love Library.