Photographic archives are intertwined with processes of remembering and forgetting. Adventurous Cooking is an exploration of a relationship between an artist and their subject; granddaughter and grandmother. The use of archival imagery is a metaphor for the filtering and mediation of what is preserved and what is excluded from documentation of the past, and the production of subjective interpretation that occurs within the use of the album. The selection of historic photographs is based on choosing images that show more than generic family scenes, reflecting other sides of the subject based upon her career rather than her role as a mother. This is achieved by following the recipes of the grandmother, of which she used during her cooking career to reconstruct a relationship of what could have been. The performance of the album allows the once fragmented relationship with the two-dimensional figure in the photographs to become a physical connection between Grandmother and Granddaughter.