People leave the place they grew up in to make a new home. The childhood home doesn't feel the same as it was, while the new home doesn't fully satisfy the emotional and physical connection. Edgar Kim attempts to fill the insufficiency of his dwelling space with ready-made images of home and objects of personal and collective memories. His photographs address the qualities of home that cannot be quickly made or found, depicting the inevitable futility of reproducing the image of home we have in our mind. In this body of work, Edgar conveys a façade cannot make a home.