Homing is a study of selfhood and belonging in the aftermath of displacement. It is rooted in the personal and aiming to reflect on the global experience. Homing is narrated through documentation of creature comforts that are embedded with social or personal history and embody a sense of belonging; symbolic acts of asserting home through insertion of drawings, installations, video projection, and house constructions made with paper or found objects into the every day landscape as both, site specific and gallery installation. The series is developed as symbolic acts of positive affirmation through self-assertion into the exterior and interiors, and claim to a place during a time of political and economic uncertainty and alienation.
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