Store of CandlesThis work is a study of the complex relationship we have with the places we inhabit, of the fear and anxiety in moving beyond the familiar. The domestic and suburban combine to underline an embedded history of place and space. The landscape of the home, in reflecting the shaping and construction of identity and memory, becomes an archaeological excavation: fragmented and mundane, melancholic, sinister and obscure. Home and our sense of place exist on a liminal boundary between real and imagined. Wrapped up in obscurity the psychological effect of instability and insularity is revealed through light. The familiar becoming alien as an architecture of the self is uncovered in the architecture of the home.
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