Returning home, I do not feel like I belong, yet the familiarity of the foreign place where I had chosen to live does not feel like home either.
It feels like being is a photography project exploring the themes of home and distorted belonging. It investigates how we continuously adjust to our surroundings and the effects it has on our self-perception. In this project, each image conveys a specific story or emotion, collectively showing the process of searching for answers about one’s own identity and trying to come to terms with its complexities.
The photo essay was self-published in an edition of 5, with a hand-made soft-cover.