The collaborative installation by Jenny Hynes and Dan Homer investigates the unstable nature of shared histories in the context of a fractured upbringing, which culminated in the death of Jenny's and Dan’s mother. Jenny Hynes works on silk because of the ethereal quality relating to the delicate nature of existence. Dan Homer transforms everyday objects like old windows and jugs into sculpture, using collage techniques to question and explore the vaguely mythic quality of memory and possibility. In addition a collaborative video will play, exploring similar themes. The pieces in the collaborative installation are conversational in nature, incorporating and reconciling the multiple life trajectories of siblings Jenny Hynes and Dan Homer in the context of their shared past.