The house is the place that people spend most of their time in, so it is the most personal, intimate and safe. As I present the personal spaces in a public setting, I brings up the question “who am I?” The house is like a cloth that is taken off. Even though the body is gone, the cloth remembers its shape and leaves a trace. Ordinary objects and furniture in house hold memories of people and talk about their traces. To know about myself, I do not look at myself, but observes the place that surrounded me.