Having never had a hometown due to a borderline-nomadic lifestyle during my formative years, I was robbed of a comfort children often take for granted. Living amongst constant instability, I felt compelled to place comfort in aspects that were not physical. With an ever-growing fascination of the interpretation of “home” and its interaction with oneself, I began manifesting fragmented memories into what I believed “home” could or should feel like. I spent my time functioning completely within my own mind- thriving off of a natural yearning to idealize and fantasize my own experiences into metaphorical structures I could return to regardless of my location. “Inside(s)” is a collection of works acknowledging these distorted memories I so consistently return to in attempt at juvenile comfort.