Blurring the boundaries of what domestic space is, Rosanna van Mierlo asked the Fellows to look at other spaces they think of as ‘home’. She asked them to identify a public space that they would consider ‘home’ – such as a museum, a private garden, a room or even a song. Then to select 5 objects within that space that resonate with each fellow or have a private meaning to them. This could be taken from their personal memory, associations or even fiction. And then for them to record the placement of the object within their space through drawing, photography, collage or words and record your ‘memories’ in writing. The final works were compiled in a book titled a very still life.