Esna Su’s wearable, sculptural objects are made using traditional techniques of weaving, twining, needlework and crochet, inspired by her Turkish heritage. They engage with the experience of those forced from their homes due to conflict or political unrest, whose world suddenly shrinks to the few possessions they can carry. Su’s works are both vessels, bearing the physical imprint of invisible items within, and extensions of the body. Although they appear empty, they feel laden with memory, embodying the psychological burden of displacement.