Nowhere serves as an exploration into the transitory state of culture and identity. I am intrigued by the way we present ourselves both inside and outside of our private space, a place that allows us to have our own personal associations. Myself, I notice a shift in my sensibility when I use a different language it becomes a mediation, the way I relate to a person and assimilate myself. A reinvention of culture, values and tradition occurs as meaning is found in an attempt to construct something else in its place. The contact from one person to another is an exchange, at times its quiet, sometimes isolated and at other times-there is an understanding as we slowly begin to reveal ourselves. The perception of oneself, who we are and want to be is so often placed within cultural boundaries, but the notion of self is changed with time pulled, pushed and transformed until one day it becomes.