Image 5: Collaborators @shwewutthmon & @liss_wick
From the series 'Grandparents' House' by Shwe Wutt Hmon.
Getting older, I tend to love more tranquility and quiet places where I can find my inner peace and solitude. Family means a lot to me: love of my life and the courage and accelerator of my existence. On the other hand, the home I share with my family; mom, dad and my two younger sisters, distracts me in many ways. It’s a home. But it’s a noisy and messy home where I can’t concentrate my solitary world. I always wonder where would be my dream home where my alone and me can feel. Since I was young, whenever I visit to my grandparents’ house, I find my personal space. Especially these days, their children and grandchildren cannot visit them very often as a result of modern lifestyle. I might be the one who keep trying to visit them at least once a month since I am also doing a personal photography project on my grandparents and their love story. I find being in my grandparents’ place offer me the quality and solitude I am longing for as a dreamer who always want to escape from the noisy urban and modern family life. •
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