Domestic Particles is a series of images created in response to a disused building located at 26 Caledonian Road, London. Once a thriving local convenience store with the owners’ home just above the shop, it now stands empty with a few traces and objects remaining to hint at its past, a space once shared between public interaction and private home. In the felt absence of human presence, each object, crevice and corner proposes an illusory and open narrative. No longer restraint by their purpose or original intent, the space and objects are free to interact, communicate and take on new meaning. The installations within each image propose a domestic (re)staging, a performance between space and everyday objects and of the places we call home.