House is an exploration of vulnerability through the lens of my childhood.
Until I was 18, my family moved to a different house each year around our hometown. This instability led to my interest in identifying and claiming many places as home. I considered each home mine, but places are never owned, only borrowed. After each move, I relied on the memories created within each space or particular objects that connect to it. I noticed that new emotions would surface as I would drive by an “old house” and see the new renters altering the space as their own, just as I had done in the past. I became fascinated with the idea of “home.”
2017. Edition of 7.
5"x7"; Letterpress printed using photopolymer and handmade paper for the covers.