"What Remains of the Day – The Memories of World War II” grapples with time and memory in contemporary Germany through images of places and people. I photograph a range of places that evoke the horrors of the Nazi regime by overexposing the photos so that only traces of the resulting images are recorded. Much like memory, the photographs are fragmented and ambiguous, and either in color or black and white. I overexpose the images of places for one second for every year since the war ended. For example, photos taken in 2016 (71 years after the end of WWII) were overexposed for 71 seconds. I explore people through portraits and interviews. I select a range of people who experienced the war: including (Holocaust) survivors, Nazi supporters, German bystanders, and Allied veterans. These interviews present personal perspectives on the war and the Hitler regime.