Curator Selection / 2021 / /
Domestic Disorder considers the chaos and congestion of clutter within the domestic setting. This is a personal journey, questioning my relationship with possessions, through a process of personal interaction and analysis of accompanying feelings and emotions. In effect, my photographic practice becomes personal therapy. It documents my ongoing journey from a place of disorder, where clutter and possessions overwhelm me. Resolving past issues and improving my relationship with personal possessions, I strive to achieve a more streamlined life, reducing stress.