During a video call across the country with friends I haven’t physically seen in years now, I asked the question “what’s the least notable or noticeable thing in your room?” I was curious how people evaluate and notice their own personal spaces and also curious what narratives surrounded these seemingly unimportant items. Perhaps these seemingly insignificant things could carry more meaning than at first glance. My friend responded that her desks and clothes clutter was the most unremarkable thing in her space. I was intrigued that her answer was both a single thing entity and a collection of individual items…

Kyle Lee

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