This study proposes a reading of my works and research, which I produced in two years, around the concepts of language, memory and meaning. How far do language and writing enable us to communicate or represent ourselves? My research investigates the presence of a possible contingency and fictional quality of testimony and witness inherent in established structures. Throughout the study, the role of boundary is examined in terms of language, body and their intertwined relation in the context of meaning. While articulating the problematic of these conceptions, the border between ourselves, the border between me and you, between inside and outside become a focal point. How can a relationship with the past functions within the learned language? All the documents of recording imply a threat that is all related to the archive of memory. How is it possible to recall the past through writing and speaking?