"Rearrange" explores an abandoned area that was once a bustling railway depot, but over decades, has been reclaimed by the forest. It is a personal place of respite, which I visit frequently. Rarely encountering another soul, I find solace in solitude, allowing me to reconnect with past experiences and myself.  

This work figuratively represents the duality of emotions experienced during a time when the depot was flourishing. It explores the beauty of regeneration, found in the most unlikely places. The creation of multiple exposures in a Polaroid camera further supports the dichotomy of regenerative beauty by using what many might view as an outdated tool that metaphorically revives memories of years gone by.