The outdoor installation Picture Window features two photos of a home taken before its demolition. Homes are repositories for our memories, and as they are renovated and changed, our memories of them are also overwritten. How well do our memories survive as we are continually displaced and our homes dismantled? The stripe painted throughout this image is a found pattern from the home’s kitchen. At the same time, it is the line of gaze from outside into a bedroom. From embodiment to habitation, the life of a home is both an extension of the body and a microcosm of society at large.