The notion that the confines and contents of our own homes are untouched by the outside world is an illusion. The perception of comfort and familiarity within these objects is shattered when they begin to distort from their intended function, and transform into conscious beings. No longer indifferent to the disorder surrounding us, the language communicated by these morphed objects translates and interprets the depicted and perpetuated condition of the outside world. It is when human behavior is explored within their changing forms, and societal themes are critically examined within their positions and patterns that we begin to comprehend the present narrative of the world is enclosing; breaching the haven of our homes, and depicting the delirium that is the state of our reality.