The Four Walls
A year ago, when lockdowns started in Europe, I was a newly arrived immigrant in Dublin. Suddenly, I found myself in an unfamiliar land, confined in a house with ten complete strangers. While at that time most people faced isolation and social distance, I was in a situation where the only place I could be alone was a bathroom, because even my bedroom was shared. I was not home.
During the months of confinement, I started photographing everyday life in this unusual arrangement, registering how the residents went from being a group of strangers to the closest we had to a family.