Home is not a place but an experience. The words we use to describe it may be similar, but home itself changes meaning from mouth to mouth. Stories change in the telling; new experiences reshape the past. Moments acquire meaning and in turn become pictures in the mind.
The things we use embody personal histories. Our strange intimacy domestic objects allows them take on debris from body and the home showing changes that accrue with time. The transformation from object to photograph strips away their usefulness, creating the distance necessary for critical examination.