Make/Shift is a series of nomadic devices built by the desire to carry home with me as I move from place to place. Through the severing and ad-hoc reconstruction of buildings and furniture, these uncanny objects offer temporary attachments to a home that isn’t fully here or there. They occupy the precarious border between interior and exterior, security and vulnerability, solitude and companionship. Architectural models, sculptural objects, and documentary photographs create a dialogue between desired, metaphoric and literal inhabitation of an improvised home. They speculate on the possibility of belonging by making space for each other.