I have been struggling with the notion of home/intimate space for a while and am attempting to materialize the inquiries and thoughts I’ve gathered into a new animation/installation. 

What constitutes a “home”? how does one construct it? Is it a fixed idea, or may it shift over time? Are we ultimately bound to the memory of a first/primal space or do successive ones overwrite each other?…. 
I am looking at collecting ‘images” answering these questions. I am not sure what the exact format of the final video will look like, but it will constitute a sort of lexicon of these accumulated/disparate (or perhaps archetypical) “intimate spaces”.
If you are feeling generous and can dedicate a couple minutes to helping me out, please share your image of home with me-a photograph, a short description of a space, a list of word/impressions…
(You could post it here in the “comments” section, or if you’d rather, simply send me a quick e-mail at: anna.pinkas@gmail.com)
ANY feedback would be invaluably helpful.

4 Responses to home

  1. Mike C. says:

    home is anywhere you can comfortably take a crap

  2. Anna says:

    You might have already come across this but if not here is a good book to look at: The Poetics of Space by Gaston Bachelard. Hope that helps

  3. marissa says:

    and to be clear, that’s x-files on the tv

  4. page says:

    home is a smell. and maybe a temperature.

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