The researcher and professor Eduardo de Jesus comments on Unforgettable Memory (2009), by the Chinese artist Liu Wei. Shown during the 17th Festival (2011), the piece kicked off Agustín Pérez Rubio’s investigations for curating the Unerasable Memories – a historic look at the Videobrasil Collection exhibition, held at Sesc Pompeia in 2014. In a statement recorded while the exhibition was running, de Jesus elaborates on the importance of art production in revealing collective memory traumas, and the combination of different languages (news report and first-person accounts) adopted by Liu Wei to take on memories of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. De Jesus interprets the piece from three distinct angles, discussing Lacanian concepts about the real, the imaginary, and the symbolic. He also speaks on the influence of media processes upon this specific event – noting that the West has been exposed to this image ad nauseam – and on a new statute of memory at a time when the synchronized, real-time exchange of images and information is facilitated.