I come from two cultures, but I belong to neither one. I am a first-generation Lebanese-American attempting to navigate the hyphen between two disparate identities. The manipulation of photographs of Beirut opens up an investigation into the plurality of identity and the instability of memory. I demolish the city’s architecture and its interiors, my body, and the bodies of my friends and family members. I reconstruct the broken images, sculpting them into new landscapes and rhythms, using repetition to mimic healing processes, to make trauma visible. What results are artificial, psychic landscapes that translate visually this sense of fragmentation, rupture and non-place.