Artifacts that are personally relevant are quite distinct from those that are relevant to a wider range of people. Some objects, however, may hold extreme significance to an individual while also evoking a broader class of objects to which a number of people are attached. This work explores this tension between personal and universal through the practice of collage – both physical and with the aid of a camera. The work ultimately brings together a number of images and objects in order to create a space of memory that is made visible through the act of creating lists, writing descriptions, fixing objects in a specific relationship, photographing, and collaging. The work includes a book, a set of panels, and a set of large format prints. The objects collaged range in personal significance, exploring how one's own collection of meaningful objects and images mingle with those meaningful to a broad group of people in order to form a unique image of how one fits within the broader image of the world.