This is the story of an African immigrant woman, whose story was that of seperation from husband due to visa problems, loneliness and helplessness.
The story has been cut on a found plastic material in French, the native language of the immigrant woman.
This is the story of a Malaysian immigrant who had to wait for years for stability in his status in the United States of America. He says that he doesn't feel like he belongs to either country now. The handcut handmade paper "walls" hangs from the ceiling with strings of safety pins. There are references of the wallpaper pattern and the story cut into these walls.
This is the story of a Russian girl who came to the United States of America as a child. She found more freedom with regards to being more open about her identity in USA.
The story has been cut on handmade paper, rendered with Indian ink. There are screenprinted Matroyshka doll cutouts inserted within the installation. There are drawings displayed behind a curtain, as an attempt to bring in the feeling of hiding and uneasiness, which her family and her experienced as a child.