This body of work consists of a series of prints made from video stills. The site-specific performances were documented at my cottage, owned by my family for over 100 years, this is a place of great personal importance to me. Carrying a long piece of silky blue fabric, I constructed scenes within the landscape. The deck, woodpile and stacks of logs are unexceptional scenery in cottage country, but with the act of draping and tracing movements in the space, they are transformed from commonplace to sacred through personal ritual. These rituals signal almost religious reverence of this space, and its history--both personal and immediate and in a grander concept of how one’s identity can be so linked to an ancestral home. Through this work, and the act of performance, I have come to a deeper understanding of place and its impact on my growth. In tracing my movements across the divides of domestic and wild, I embody their dichotomy.