Hannah Wilson explores her own personal history as an attempt to understand the role of sentiment which is placed on objects and spaces. She revisits places which have been recorded in family albums and gathers objects from family members sheds. The objects are often outdated, time worn and typical to manual labor. Cables and wires appear frequently in Hannah's work, representing the connection she is making with her past. As well as paying homage to her family’s work background. This is reinforced by Hannah's recreations and assemblages. She adopts techniques and processes that are specific to her family’s work ethic. Exploring what it means to belong whilst preserving generational value and memory.