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To get a glimpse of what it's like to have a loved one with Alzheimer's disease with the use of visual metaphors.

Ten years ago, my grandmother got diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. I have witnessed her illness first-hand as I visited her twice a week. The thing that bothered me the most was my own anger towards my grandma and the situation. Since then, I have come to terms with it, I want to share my experience with people who have a loved one that’s just been
diagnosed so that they can prepare for what’s to come and maybe see the beauty in it too.
Using visual and abstract metaphors, I want to create a small, homey space where you can experience my story without
having to communicate. I cannot solve problems this big, but I can try to make them slightly less difficult.