I moved to the Dudley Co-op in the fall of 2017 and discovered that all of its rooms have a history;

I moved to the Dudley Co-op in the fall of 2017 and discovered that all of its rooms have a history;

 most have a name, too.

most have a name, too.

 The high-ceilinged, sunny double I lived in that semester is called the Chameleon Room, because of a mural on its east wall. 

The high-ceilinged, sunny double I lived in that semester is called the Chameleon Room, because of a mural on its east wall. 

 I made these photographs in the Chameleon Room soon after I moved in, but I named them after the room months later.

I made these photographs in the Chameleon Room soon after I moved in, but I named them after the room months later.

 I was reflecting on the growth and change I experienced during the four months I lived there, and on a feeling of liminality I'd often experienced—

I was reflecting on the growth and change I experienced during the four months I lived there, and on a feeling of liminality I'd often experienced—

 shifting between states, changing color.

shifting between states, changing color.

 I moved to the Dudley Co-op in the fall of 2017 and discovered that all of its rooms have a history;
 most have a name, too.
 The high-ceilinged, sunny double I lived in that semester is called the Chameleon Room, because of a mural on its east wall. 
 I made these photographs in the Chameleon Room soon after I moved in, but I named them after the room months later.
 I was reflecting on the growth and change I experienced during the four months I lived there, and on a feeling of liminality I'd often experienced—
 shifting between states, changing color.

I moved to the Dudley Co-op in the fall of 2017 and discovered that all of its rooms have a history;

most have a name, too.

The high-ceilinged, sunny double I lived in that semester is called the Chameleon Room, because of a mural on its east wall. 

I made these photographs in the Chameleon Room soon after I moved in, but I named them after the room months later.

I was reflecting on the growth and change I experienced during the four months I lived there, and on a feeling of liminality I'd often experienced—

shifting between states, changing color.

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