Mobile is a platform for portraing immigrants. As a screen cut in half by a wall, the immigrant’s identity is stuck in a limbo in between worlds. Mobile focuses on the vulnerability of the immigrant’s body in cellspaces, questioning mobility from the perspective of the immigrant. Cellspaces, according to Lev Manovich (The Poetics of Augmented Space), are actual spaces filled with digital data that can be accessed through devices (often mobile devices). Technology is necessary to communicate with their home but it is also a system of surveillance. This projects aims to create a space for immigrants to share their stories and temporarily bridge the gap of incommunicability that comes along with their condition, without negotiating their data (ID, GPS, etc.). Immigrants anonimously looked at their homes in VR, while their physical and virtual experiences were digitally recorded.