Away From Home
Away From Home is a series of photographs that explore the dualities that surround the idea of home: between presence & absence, permanence & impermanence and belonging & displacement. Away From Home engages in the lived experiences of liminality from the perspectives of families from Burma - living transnationally across Australia, Burma and the United States. The series combines typological portraits, domestic landscapes and psychological environments to comment on the multidimensional complexities of being a refugee - both home and away – and expand on longstanding traditions of documentary photographic practice. Framed photographs of various sizes will embody the space.