My work utilizes skin-like materials and recognizable motifs to rearrange the concept of home. Through elements of translucency, fragility and repetition, I investigate the idea that our homes and our identities are enmeshed within each other, as well as individually faceted: we create and discard them through a psychological process of growing and shedding skins. By utilizing repetitive processes and creating collections of subtly unique multiples, I aim to depict and memorialize this overlap between mental and physical space, and consider each piece a small monument, both personal and universal.