Home is a foldable artist’s book that resonates with the global narratives of woman, earth, pandemic and loss of home. Materials include hemp, ink, hand stitching and bible pages in the artist’s mother tongue: Spanish. Each word of the bible has been stricken through except for woman, earth, plague and hunger. The act of altering a sacred book suggests dichotomies of sacred and profane, East and West, lightness and weight, creating and erasing. It is also is a metaphor for ephemerality, transmutation and purification, while the mindful process is an antidote for uncertainty and a constant sense of dislocation.