My home, Plymouth UK
Domestic Disorder considers the impact of clutter in the home on wellbeing. This autoethnographic practice investigates my relationship with personal belongings through a series of solitary, improvised performances with possessions. Performances evolve from a series of memories and emotions, in an attempt to disentangle complex relationships with things owned. Photographic practice becomes therapeutic, documenting a journey from disorder, where clutter and possessions are overwhelming, to a more ordered state. A degree of levity and humour offers empathy and compassion to invite the viewer in.
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