As our bodies and memories deteriorate over time, we are confronted with impermanence. What Remains (2022) dissects the ways in which inherited objects, memories, and traditions are passed down through generational relationships. Through the use of archival imagery, domestic objects, and religious references, I analyze what survives death. How does it change our perception of value, of what is important to share with those still around? How does a set of china compare to a handmade blanket, how does a curl from my mother’s first haircut compare to my own? What do I do with it all?