Eli Muro's artwork is a plastic box that contains dozens of small photographs. Inside are handwritten notes, fragments of dialogue, and cryptic statements about the nature of memory, the afterlife, and the future. He calls his art "repetitive, ambiguous, and poetic in a way that paradoxically feels like writing a letter to a loved one you didn’t know existed but felt compelled to write about because of the irreverence in its message." Muro’s art distills this sentiment while also creating an emotional attachment. This connection to memory and its physicality grows from there, as his practice progresses, discovering new layers of meaning hidden within the photographs.