Access looks into nostalgia and accessibility in regard to the juxtaposition of domestic spaces with open spaces. These photographs were created using film images of places that are important to me from my personal archive and digital images of my current apartmenta place that does not mean anything to me.

The open, public spaces are shown to represent a constant: existing before humans and being a continuously meaningful place to me.

The blank, impersonal domestic spaces are meant to represent the experience of moving and not having a constant domestic or personal space.