There is no place like home is a graphic novel project that was initiated during my Master studies at Konstfack.
It is a graphic novel in color about my own adoption.
The book aims to criticise and expand the image of adoption through a personal perspective. I talk about the experience of being internationally and trans-racially adopted and what it was like to grow up as an Asian in a white family in northern Sweden. The theme spans a depiction of class, race, taste and betweenship, in particular through its aesthetics.
I have worked with many hybrids of images, symbols and signs, using the idea that images are there to communicate a spoken and unspoken language.
I am still working on this book and updates about it will be posted to my Facebook page: