"Navigating the idea of home, generally and personally, is complex. The ineffable sense of nostalgia when we return to places that shaped us—our old homes, streets, or cities—can be eerie and overwhelming. Memory is palpable for all of us; it stores itself within objects, clothing, and spaces. The physical space in which our past took place constantly evolves--a home is torn down, a field becomes a strip mall. But memory often halts that process, much like a photograph."
Using personal photographs taken by my late grandmother, I was able to reflect upon the magic and energy of a favorite space that was important to both of us: her garden. Each title references the hand written notes found on the back of each photograph.
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