My thesis consists of nine stop-motion animations projected onto wooden house-shaped sculptures. The animations depict strange or supernatural scenes varying in length, all of which take place inside and around houses. They provide a glimpse into a neighborhood where everyday life is in some way warped; an egg being cracked only for a bird to fly out, a chair rocking with nobody sitting in it, a nightmarish creature coming in the night to swap out your child for their own. The imagery was inspired by folklore and legends that question the safety and sanctity of the home, as well my own personal inquiries into what it means to be 'at home.' I also pulled imagery from Jung’s theory of the collective subconscious, searching for universal images and motifs that are innately tied to the home, whether they render it a site of comfort or of danger. All nine stop-motion animations were created using paper cutouts and a light source.