unrecallable

unrecallable

(ˌʌnrɪˈkɔːləbəl)
adj
1. (Marketing) not able to be recalled, revoked, or retrieved in order to change something
2. (Psychology) not able to be remembered
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Recall of previously unrecallable information following a shift in perspective.
This childhood, then, is writable as that which is unrecallable and irrecoverable.
Olafson, Videotaped Discovery of a Reportedly Unrecallable Memory of Child Sexual Abuse: Comparison with a Childhood Interview Videotaped 11 Years Before, 2 CHILD MALTREATMENT 91, 92 (1997) (reporting admission on tape by a child witness that her mother and grandmother pressured her to make a false claim against her father).
This resulted in work that could be chaotic (one subtitle in Eija-Liisa Ahtila's 1998 video Anne Aki & God reads "Sure this is a bit untidy, but there is no chaos here"), narrative-driven (Catherine Opie's sympathetic and carefully crafted portraits of lesbian families), or out-of-scale, as in Mariele Neudecker's heroically sized model of an alpine mountain range floating in milky liquid (Unrecallable Now, 1998), or her sublime I don't know how I resisted the urge to run, 1997, an utterly uncanny miniature of a northern forest inside a glass tank, skewered by an arc of light.
To preserve the past from this exploitation, and to save the present from the effects of the past as a "temple of prejudices," it must be made "unwiderrufliche," unrecallable, placed beyond the reach of those who would invoke it for their own purposes.