A Dwelling is an installation demonstrating the inability to experience memories of childhood or simply the past. No matter any attempts to recreate a situation tangibly, the current place, time, and state of mind act as barriers against the desire to live in the initial moment. The treehouse hangs out in space, just out of the viewers' reach. Silhouettes of children playing inside provide visual queues of an active moment, while a tin cup hangs from the treehouse allowing viewers to listen in on a recording of those same children. A ladder hangs from the bottom of the treehouse, broken from use and old age, but does not reach the ground. The treehouse in whole is inaccessible, yet a strong reminder of a moment many would like to relive. We dwell on the past, yet we are forever in the present.