Exhibition Recap: Finding Home
Last week, 28 photographers were featured in the Finding Home photography exhibition.
Prompted to illustrate homes found in places, spaces, and concepts, the exhibition found an eclectic dialogue of responses.
Photographers showed home in their birthplaces, in their ancestral homes, in candles, floating on a barge, and by reminding us of the evolutionary habitats of animals (by our special guest contributor Paul Gains).
Visitors got a chance to question what home meant to them, in a meaningful way: it left one wondering if there ever was a simple answer to the question in the first place.
Home is sometimes taken for granted, but in a place like Waterloo Architecture, all students experience a moment when they must leave their home. Home is a reality in flux, with subjective form and realization to the world around us.
Whether it be a shoreline, a familiar walking path, or a sunrise begetting a new day: there’s nothing like it.