inspired by light and shadows in view of the domesticity of the everyday in a confined space. Shadow is significant to me because it brings back familiar and comforting memories of being in the darkroom as a child with my late father who was a photographer. Observing the disappearing and reappearing of shadows cast on the tabletop and the floor of the kitchen allows the moment of an atmospheric delicacy that seems poetic and relates to the process of developing negative prints in the darkroom. The shadows of these objects show the displacements of time in a form of movements that look like dandelion in the wind. These images becomes an important root in the research and work processes.