Fragments & Fictions considers concepts of trace and perception to explore materiality and temporality within architectural space. The relationship between memory and space is examined through the defamiliarization of everyday vestiges of domestic activity and phenomena. The resultant pieces are concerned with the visual poetics of minutiae and forms often overlooked in these places. Ambiguous fragments and fictions are simultaneously documented and produced. These pieces operate between a range of antithetical ideas - interior and exterior, destruction and construction, permanency and ephemerality, the familiar and the unfamiliar.