The domestic space is the sphere in which traces of the everyday gather. They pile upon each other, they stick together, much like molecules of dust in the corner of a room. In this environment I explore ideas of repetition, time and memory, recreating moments of the everyday lives of the people standing on the opposite side of the camera. Reality merges with fiction. Photographs of people in their homes, combined with details of their surroundings, along with mine, fragments of memories and the present tense, all flow together, side by
side, in a state of limbo.