In retrospect, this series that initially looked at memory and nostalgia within the domestic space was subconsciously a grieving method. We do not just store belongings within our personal space, we attach sentiment, value and memories to these, reflecting on how we want to be viewed and how we view ourselves. These spaces, that are void of human presence, begin to show signs of absence and yet presence of time spent and memories captured. Loss can be a time to reflect, allowing daily life within the domestic space to have new meaning and to gain new sentiment, with this the importance of family and memory becomes more poignant than ever.
Melissa Bennett • Hannah Meadwell • Emily Normansell • Emlyn Northcote-Rojas • Morgan Smith •