i think the title of the book itself speaks a lot about the content within it. this is my second draft, a 8.5x11in softcover perfect-bound book with 38 pages. there are a few spreads i need to alter before ordering a final (that will be for sale via the website.)
the idea behind the project is still growing, and i feel by continuously posting blog posts about it, the subject becomes redundant. but by opting to write an abundance of comments about the project, i’m hoping to gain a greater understanding of why it has become so fascinating to me. why do we build walls? what is it to dwell? it is difficult to answer all the questions this project has proposed for me, but i think i’ll start by stating that we build to dwell, and our dwelling places become tangents and reflections of us once we engage in the act of dwelling.
i also definitely see this project expanding, so i’m not sure if a final book will be printed for a long while. this subject, the subject of trying to find what i like about houses and their structures and potentially “building” a house out of the pictures i accumulate over time is a subject i see myself working on for a long time, not just because of the possibilities it proposes, but also because i am continually interested in.