“SOMEPLACE” explores the concept of place in relation to memory and space including the long-term effects on our sense of place.
It is known that space is defined as a measurable and mathematical component in science, whereas place is referred to as a tangible, layered and memorable value of lived experiences.
Studies suggest that whenever we dwell in a new place, we become an integral part of it and its habitat. Simultaneously, parts of ourselves will be transformed by the place and vice versa and we never end up with the same experience twice.
When I am looking back at my own personal story after migrating from Germany to Australia, I certainly can confirm, it has changed my sense of place and identity indefinite.