Avani, a recently graduated student, who has bagged a job in the city of her childhood home, returns to stay there. Having completed most of her schooling in other cities, Avani is now thrust into the reality of living at home and has to confront the disruption of her routine and her sense of space. She undergoes a journey of emotions as she learns to make peace with the space she resides in-, dealing with the initial alienness, the nostalgia and the friction in adjusting to home. Eventually, she makes newer memories and reclaims her sense of belongingness to her home.
The graphic novel plays with motifs of space and boundaries, using the page as a medium of both storytelling, and acting as an adjacent to Avani’s relationship to her home. Through recurring elements, it delves into her childhood and provides context for her emotions and her reactions to the same. It attempts to tie one’s memory, the experience of space and the relationship one holds to one’s sense of self.