The HOME project is based on a collection of over 60 interviews with artists, architects, historians, and writers on memories of places and homes within the historic framework of post-colonialism. In the recordings, questions were discussed about the personal and political significance of memory. The installations of HOME show, stories and sketches mapped onto architectural models, making remembered places palpable in this way. The documentary Paradise Lost (Lahore, 2007) traces stories of forced migration in Pakistan and India. The publication HOME: Architecture of Memory (YSP, 2012) documents the entire project.

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