Oh, Home is a series of photographs I took in rental apartments in New York City during my school years. Like many people who decide to work in big cities, international students who study oversea, in most cases, have to share their living spaces with strangers. Home, usually a crucial personal space and where you live with your family, is now shared, packed, and temporary. Once living room, dining room and study room are all turned into bedrooms. Three same bottles of soy sauce appear in one kitchen because everyone uses their own. A freezer is divided by cardboards in order to separate every individual’s food. Nonmatching pieces of furniture are put together because they belong to different owners. The boundary between private and public becomes so tricky. You have to have more flexibility to adjust one another’s lifestyles, and draw your areas carefully.