There is a strong gravitational pull towards the familiar feeling of home. Sarah Weiss grew up understanding home as a place of security, closeness, and emotional attachment. In time, however, these realities became memories as family split and moved cross-country. Intimate impressions of home and family became fragmented and obscure. A number of works by Weiss' reclaim and prize these transient yet firm recollections; grounding points on the theme of home.